RIP Pixel C: Google finally removes its final tablet from its storefront


If you needed any more indication that Android tablets are on the downward swing, today may be the time to think again. In a move that comes as a surprise to nobody, Google has finally removed the Pixel C tablet from its online storefront.

The Pixel C was released back in late 2015, and despite the internal hardware being a bit outdated, the Pixel C was still a great option and the only one that offered stock Android out of the box. We really don’t know how well the Pixel C sold over its lifetime, but it was a popular tablet with the Android faithful who were willing to shell out the $599 for the tablet.

Now, the Google online storefront makes no mention of a tablet, only listing the recently-launched Pixelbook as the only option under the “Laptops” section. The 32GB version of the Pixel C had been removed some time ago, but the 64GB variant had remained – until today.

I am still holding hope out for a new version of the Nexus 7, but until then, be sure to pour one out for the Pixel C as it marks the “end of an era”. Let us know what tablets you have been using, but if you want to still pick up a Pixel C, you can do so through Swappa, which has listings as low as $505.


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