Will the Pixel C be available to buy from Tuesday 8th December? According to Dutch news site tweakers.net, it will (at least in the Netherlands). Google's first attempt at a tablet since the somewhat polarising Nexus 9 - and their first go at producing a tablet in house - sits at the very top of the line and as such will be priced accordingly.
The tablet, sold without the detachable keyboard, will be offered in 32GB and 64GB variants via the Play Store and is expected to be priced at €499 and €599 respectively. The keyboard will cost an eye-watering 169 euros.
The Pixel C has a 10.2" screen with a resolution of 2560x1800 pixels, a X1-quad processor with Maxwell GPU from NvVdia and 3GB RAM. Android 6.0 Marshmallow is, of course, on board.
Full details on the tablet can be found at https://pixel.google.com/ - the hardware does look stunning, but that doesn't fix the biggest problem with Android on tablets - the lack of well optimised apps. It's hard to see how a tablet only a handful of people will buy can change that. What does Google need to do to really make Android a success on larger screens?