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Google Pixel C 64GB Tablet for £379.00 and also save £50 on Pixel C Keyboard @ Google Store

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Google Pixel C 64GB Tablet £379 thats £100 off. The 32GB is still full price from Google Store. Also £50 on Pixel C Keyboard Read More
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Google Pixel C 64GB Tablet £379 thats £100 off. The 32GB is still full price from Google Store.

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dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.

That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2

What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?

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3 Likes #1
That's a great deal especially on the keyboard
3 Likes #3
Oh FFS, Google, reduce the 32GB Model! This is hot for what it is. Well done for posting.
2 Likes #4

They appear to have less than 10 of these 32GB versions in the whole of the UK. They are collect only, and worst of all, you will be dealing with PC World for any follow up service.
1 Like #5
mcav
They appear to have less than 10 of these 32GB versions in the whole of the UK. They are collect only, and worst of all, you will be dealing with PC World for any follow up service.

I done live chat was told less than 5 when it was first posted.
1 Like #6
None within 200 mile radius of me. File this under hen's teeth.
1 Like #7
Yep, sorry. Had a look at the stock after I posted it.

mcav
They appear to have less than 10 of these 32GB versions in the whole of the UK. They are collect only, and worst of all, you will be dealing with PC World for any follow up service.
#8
Cracking deal!
#9
Superb! Thanks OP. Just ordered. I was going to get one from currys until they sent me on a wild goose chase saying there was 2 in stock at my local. Turned up and said there were no 64GB in the country and only a couple of 32GB which will probably be display models. 10/10
#10
Thanks Went for the keyboard as i got Pixel C when developer discount was active
#11
Sin_of_nature
Yep, sorry. Had a look at the stock after I posted it.
mcav
They appear to have less than 10 of these 32GB versions in the whole of the UK. They are collect only, and worst of all, you will be dealing with PC World for any follow up service.

No problems. At £299, I was close to accepting the PC world experience to get this tablet. If I am not mistaken, this is one of two tablets that have an official build of Android 7.x on it. (The Nexus 9 being the other one).
#12
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
6 Likes #13
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.

That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2

What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
#14
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
1 Like #15
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.


I steer clear of Amoled screens because of PWM issue. (Pulse Wave Modulation). Samsung is notorious for it.
#16
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?

Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
#17
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?

You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
2 Likes #18
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.

dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.

Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.

Again

What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
2 Likes #19
Looks like Google are morphing into Apple (no micro sd and unjustified price differential between 32gb and 64gb)
#20
mcav
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.
Again
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?

My mistake, I thought the 9.7 inch galaxy S2 was that price. Not as good a deal for the Samsung as I originally thought.
#21
I've got an Acer Chromebook and a Nexus 7 (2013) at the moment, both are struggling, Chromebook especially has become unreliable lately. Been thinking of upgrading one or the other, but this is best of both worlds! Quite like the MS Surface, but at £600 a bit too much, and it's not exactly lap friendly with that kickstand.

Need to take a proper look at a Pixel then decide.
#22
Looks like Google are morphing into Apple (no micro sd and unjustified price differential between 32gb and 64gb)
#23
dz1
mcav
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.
Again
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?

My mistake, I thought the 9.7 inch galaxy S2 was that price. Not as good a deal for the Samsung as I originally thought.


If only. I'd be on that in a heartbeat
1 Like #24
mcav
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.
Again
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
the tabs2 will receive nougat.
mcav
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.
Again
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
I'm pretty sure you know the answers to some of those questions......oh hang on , I see what you were doing now.
#25
Ordered, good find OP
#26
fr33radicalls
mcav
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.
Again
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
the tabs2 will receive nougat.
mcav
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.
Again
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
I'm pretty sure you know the answers to some of those questions......oh hang on , I see what you were doing now.


I thought it apparent that I had some idea about this. It's also worth noting that the Galaxy Tab S2 has GPS and GLONAS. The Pixel C inexplicably has neither.
2 Likes #27
fr33radicalls
mcav
mcav
nigelwill
Looks like a decent tablet, aimed at the "pro" end of the market. It's a year old now, and a price drop might mean a new model in the works?
You never can tell with Google and their tablet development. You'd think it'd be easy. One large tablet, one small tablet. Good specs, good screen. Annual refresh.
dz1
mcav
dz1
No SD card slot, no fingerprint scanner, no AMOLED screen. The galaxy tab S2 is the same price and has all of those things.
That's good. Just some questions regarding the Tab S2
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
Galaxy Tab S2 is £299, same as the 32GB pixel C. Internal memory is not so important when it has an SD card slot.
Nice dodge, but you are talking about an 8 inch tablet versus a 10.2 inch tablet. Internal storage for apps does matter. You will absolutely get performance issues by putting apps to SD.
Again
What version of Android does it have?
What kind of Android overlay does it have?
At £369, what internal storage does it have?
What version of USB does it have?
How does the SoC compare to that on the Pixel C?
Speakers?
Resolution?
Battery?
the tabs2 will receive nougat.

Probably/Maybe.

But when? Long, long, long after the native Google devices.

This is why I've given up on Samsung. I have a Tab S. Which was their "flagship" tablet when I bought it. When I got it, it was running Lollipop (Samsung's awful implementation of it). It *finally* got Marshmallow a couple of months back. It got Marshmallow AFTER my Google phone (Nexus 6p) was already running Nougat. Flagship, my ar$e.

They are soooooooo slow it's laughable. If you want your OS kept up to date, Samsung are not the way forward. Which is a shame, cos the hardware is generally excellent.
1 Like #28
mcav
They appear to have less than 10 of these 32GB versions in the whole of the UK. They are collect only, and worst of all, you will be dealing with PC World for any follow up service.
Curry's are rubbish, they don't look after customers when things go wrong.
#29
Got my Pixel C today after the Currys offer last week. Flubit'd the 64gb model and got it for 360 plus 40 quid cashback. It's just sat charging now but seems like a really nice device and very snappy too.
#30
Is it light.. Doss it have sd card options
#31
What do you guys think about the Asus zenpad 3s 10 compared to the 32 gb model of the pixel C (if/when it becomes available at 300 pounds)
#32
Intensivist
What do you guys think about the Asus zenpad 3s 10 compared to the 32 gb model of the pixel C (if/when it becomes available at 300 pounds)

Just had a look into it and seems like a pretty solid tablet. Looks really nice aesthetically. The criticisms seem to stem from battery life and Asus' android skin. Also performance seems iffy at times. Really depends what you want from the device. I'd say if both devices were £300 the pixel c would be a significantly better buy for day to day usage with it getting the latest updates first, well optimised for Android (performance and battery life), and overall solid hardware. But if you NEED external storage then maybe another option. The C is also more of a horizontal usage device than vertical (obviously it can be used both ways but it's certainly designed more from a horizontal perspective).

wakkaday
Is it light.. Doss it have sd card options

No SD Storage sadly but 64gb should be pretty solid. Can pop a usb stick in if you're just wanting to view a movie from external storage or something like that temporarily.


Edited By: lucifon on Dec 12, 2016 15:22
#34
Bit late to the party. :) Its been discussed several times above (See comments #4, #5, #6, #7, #11) but you are correct, no stock anywhere :)




Edited By: Sin_of_nature on Dec 12, 2016 15:46: .
1 Like #35
Sin_of_nature
Bit late to the party. :) Its been discussed several times above (See comments #4, #5, #6, #7, #11) but you are correct, no stock anywhere :)
Argh I hate this site layout!! Haha. I keep replying to comments thinking they're new etc, but it lists them by popularity. I've probably already replied to this deal!
1 Like #36
£100 is a nice drop. The 32gb version is actually £20 more on Play store lol.

They've gone the Apple route with no MicroSD but at least android can easily access external drives. The reason I won't get one is there is no 4g version, which means I might as well just use a laptop if I have to rely on wifi.

Heat given nonetheless.
#37
I would love one of these but my Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 with CM14.1 (Nougat 7.1) is still running great. Also slightly annoying, looking at the Pixel C page, is that Google have reverted to modified soft keys at the bottom and a smaller status bar at the top in the landscape orientation. For many years I ran mods that put all the buttons and the status bar at the bottom to save screen real estate but this disappeared as Google seemed to want us to use tablets in portrait mode. That said I don't have this better option on my wife's Nexus 9 running stock 7.1.1.

Edited By: steford on Dec 12, 2016 17:30
1 Like #38
ordered thanks OP been waiting for price drop on this or Samsung
1 Like #39
Op thanks again for deal direct from Google huge peace of mind rather than dealing with curry's or PC world
#40
I'll stick with my Samsung Tab S 10.5 4g for now, nothing much of an upgrade from that for quite some time.

Are the speakers good on this - are they compatible to the ipad pro 12.9 in loudness?

Edited By: Darius on Dec 12, 2016 21:27

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