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10.2" Google Pixel C Android Tablet: 64GB $449, 32GB EXPIRED

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Promoted 03-09-2016 by johnny_miller at 04:04 PM View Original Post
Google Store is offering 25% Off their 10.2" Google Pixel C Android Tablet with prices starting from $374.25 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks BanjoDisco
  1. Click here and enter your email address
  2. Wait for your unique 25% off code to arrive (took around 1 hour for mine)
  3. Once your email has arrived, you can either follow the link provided in the email, or click here to purchase the tablet
  4. Click "Buy From $499.00" in the upper right
  5. Sign into your account and select either the 32GB or 64GB model
  6. Enter your unique 25% off code (it may be automatically entered if clicking thru the link from your email)
  7. Total should be either $449.25 (64GB) or $374.25 (32GB) w/ free shipping
Specs
  • NVIDIA Tegra X1 CPU
  • 10.2" 2560x1800 Display
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB or 64GB Internal Storage
  • 8MP Rear & 2MP Front Cameras
  • WiFi + Bluetooth 4.1
  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Editor's Notes & Price Research

Written by johnny_miller

Head over to Android Central for their full review of the Pixel C. The pictured keyboard is not included. -johnny_miller

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Edited March 9, 2016 at 01:46 PM by cricket702
To celebrate the release of the Android N Developer Preview, Google is offering a "Developer Discount" on the device—$150 off, making it $349 (OP edit: actually $374.25 after discount, Ars was wrong) for the 32GB tablet. Google wants to encourage more developers to buy the tablet, but it doesn't actually require any proof of your development chops—anyone can wander over to the special site to get the discount.

The device is only about three months old, and it sports an Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and a 10.2-inch 2560×1800 LCD.

Story at Ars Technica: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/20...st-tablet/

Get coupon code emailed here: https://pixel.google.com/developer-discount/
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Yeah, it looks very nice. I'm sure they'll iron out the kinks as the software develops.

However, Android still isn't good enough to replace Windows or OSX for real work. When that day comes, I'll be all over a device like this. Maybe things will be better once Chrome and Android merge.

At the full price, the Surface 3 is a way better buy.

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Damn. I want one
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Nice deal.
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Good price but IMHO still a bit overpriced considering how bad Android tablet apps are these days. If they want to get developer support they just need to give these things out like candy to developers. Email everyone who's downloaded the Android SDK and offer it to them for $50 or something similar.
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Yeah, it looks very nice. I'm sure they'll iron out the kinks as the software develops.

However, Android still isn't good enough to replace Windows or OSX for real work. When that day comes, I'll be all over a device like this. Maybe things will be better once Chrome and Android merge.

At the full price, the Surface 3 is a way better buy.
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signed up but still no code. how long does it take?
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Quote from BanjoDisco View Post :
To celebrate the release of the Android N Developer Preview, Google is offering a "Developer Discount" on the device--$150 off, making it $349 for the 32GB tablet. Google wants to encourage more developers to buy the tablet, but it doesn't actually require any proof of your development chops--anyone can wander over to the special site to get the discount.

The device is only about three months old, and it sports an Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and a 10.2-inch 2560x1800 LCD.

Story at Ars Technica: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/20...st-tablet/

Get coupon code emailed here: https://pixel.google.com/developer-discount/
Am I missing something? If it's 25% off and the tablet price is $499, the discounted price would be $374.25 or approximately $375. Not $350.
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Am I missing something? If it's 25% off and the tablet price is $499, the discounted price would be $374.25 or approximately $375. Not $350.
Yeah, the OP's math is wrong. It's 30% off.

EDIT: Looks like Ars Technica is the one that's wrong. Google says the tablet will be 25% off, for a total of $375, not $350.
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holy crap 2560x1800? with a tegra? this thing can play any game in the app store huh?
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Yeah, the OP's math is wrong. It's 30% off.
I was quoting Ars Technica - perhaps their math is off, since the offer page does say 25%. I haven't received my code yet, so I can't verify what the final price is at checkout.
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Quote from BanjoDisco View Post :
I was quoting Ars Technica - perhaps their math is off, since the offer page does say 25%. I haven't received my code yet, so I can't verify what the final price is at checkout.
The offer page [google.com] does indeed say 25% off. If it's 25% off as Google says, it will be $375, not $350.

EDIT: Android Police [androidpolice.com] says the discount applies only to the 64GB version. Price on Google website = $600. $600 * 25% = $150. So the deal is actually $450 for the 64GB version.

Also, Android Authority [androidauthority.com] says you can only get the discount if you're a developer.

EDIT 2: Discount applies to both 32GB and 64GB versions, and doesn't seem to be limited to registered developers.
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Last edited by electrobento March 9, 2016 at 12:56 PM
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With the Android N preview release today google has an offer to take 25% off from pixel C tablet regularly priced at $499.

https://pixel.google.com/developer-discount/

I'm not sure if you need to register as a developer or not before taking advantage of this. Also, pixel C is not one of the best android tablets around but my understanding is that with android N google specifically targeted pixel C so it might be a good time to try pixel C.
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