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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Google murders Pixel C tablet, directs clients toward Pixelbook

Google unobtrusively expelled its Pixel C tablet from the Google Play Store on Thursday. 

Discharged in 2015, Pixel C was Google's first Android tablet and highlighted a 10.2-inch show and separable console. Google affirmed it will keep refreshing and supporting the Pixel C tablet, yet it is not any more accessible available to be purchased. 

"As is basic when a gadget has been out for a couple of years, we're presently resigning Pixel C and it is never again accessible available to be purchased," Google said in an announcement. "In any case, we are focused on refreshing and supporting it, including the current refresh to Android 8.0, so clients can keep on getting the best out of their gadget." 

Google is currently directing tablet clients toward its Pixelbook that runs Chrome OS and Android applications. The connection for the Pixel C on Google Play now coordinates to the Pixelbook lineup that just appeared in October (by means of Android Police). 

Google proceeded in its announcement Thursday: "Our recently propelled Google Pixelbook joins the best parts of a PC and a tablet for those searching for an adaptable gadget." 

In CNET's audit of the Pixel C in 2015, it was known as a tablet deserving of supplanting an iPad and the most effective Android tablet yet. 

Google cut the Pixel C cost from $500 to $349 in 2016 to give designers an approach to test their Android applications for barely anything. With the Pixelbook beginning at $999, Google never again offers a shoddy alternative - until further notice. 

In a refresh discharged for Chrome beta on Friday, Google included the capacity for Android applications to keep running out of sight on Chrome OS, instead of stopping. This could make a smoother encounter running Android applications on the Pixelbook PC/tablet half and half.

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