There's going to be a battlefield filled with tablets this holiday season as Google is answering its competition with a new version of its high-end Chromebook, the Pixel C. The new model forgoes the traditional laptop form factor for a tablet design with a detachable keyboard, both of which feature all-metal enclosures. The device is the first Android tablet to be built from the ground up by Google. No solid details are available as of yet, but what we do know is that the tablet and keyboard will be available separately and look for it to hit shelves later this year for $499.
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