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Old 1st October 2015, 18:42   #1
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Default NVIDIA Tegra X1 Powers Google's New Pixel C

Launched at a Google event in San Francisco, the Pixel C is the first Android tablet built end-to-end by Google. The Pixel C and its fully adjustable keyboard are designed for the on-the-go user, and features our Tegra X1 super chip, a 10.2-inch display at 25601800 (308 PPI) resolution and 500 nits bright, USB Type-C port and portable design. The latest in Google's Pixel line of devices also features the newest version of Android, 6.0 Marshmallow. It's just the latest result of our ongoing collaboration with Google. Over the past few years, we've helped Google redefine the tablet market with the first Nexus 7 tablet, praised for its Tegra-powered multimedia prowess and budget $199 price, as well as the Tegra K1-powered Nexus 9 tablet, the first 64-bit Android device.
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