Google Pixel C (2015)

Plan and side elevation drawings of the Google Pixel C with keyboard attachment

Google’s first attempt at a tablet was released in December 2015 and was name Google Pixel C. The design reminisces of a Chromebook, which a thick aluminum body that has straight rounded edges. The only identification to prove the tablet is from Google is the singular LED light strip on the back of the table which shows the companies colors and functions as a battery indicator when you double-tap it. The 10.2-inch display is paired with 3GB of RAM and NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor which makes for a speed android based tablet, especially when connected to the detachable keyboard.

The Google Pixel C has height of 9.53” (242 mm), width of 7.05” (179 mm), depth of .28” (7 mm), and weighs 18.2 oz (517 g). The screen size is 10.2” (260 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 2560 x 1800 px at 308 ppi.


*Under Development*

7.05” | 179 mm
9.53” | 242 mm
.28” | 7 mm
Display Size:
10.2” | 260 mm
2560 x 1800 px; 308 ppi
18.2 oz | 517 g

Discontinued: December 28, 2017

32, 64 GB
December 8, 2015


Drawings include:
Google Pixel C front elevation, back, side

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