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Troubleshooting

Identify and fix common issues with the device using our Google Pixel C Troubleshooting page.

Background and Identification

The Pixel C was launched in September 2015 as Google's first laptop/tablet hybrid. It is powered by an Nvidia Tegra X1 processor with 3 GB of RAM. The screen is 10.2-inch with a 2560-by-1800 IPS display. The Pixel C ships with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which Google claims will receive updates every six weeks. The device supports a battery-powered accessory keyboard that connects to the tablet via Bluetooth and receives power through inductive charging from the tablet, when attached to the front or back. The Pixel C can be identified by the color LED bar on the back, and the model number, C1502W, that is located on the lower edge of the device.

Technical Specifications

Operating System

Android 7.1.1 Nougat

LED Display

10.2" LTPS LCD

2560 x 1800 pixels

308 PPI

Oleophobic Coating

Camera

Rear: 8MP

Front: 2MP

Audio & Port

Stereo Speakers

Quad Microphones

3.5 mm Audio Out

Processor

NVIDIA Tegra® X1 with Maxwell GPU

Memory & Storage

3 GB LPDDR4 RAM

64GB internal storage

Dimensions & Weight

242 x 179 x 7 mm

517 g

Material & Color

Anodized Aluminum

Silver

Battery & Charger

34.2 Whr

15W USB Type-C Charger

Wireless

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2x2 (MIMO)

dual-band (2.4 GHz, 5.0 GHz)

Bluetooth® 4.1 + HS

Sensors

Gyroscope

Accelerometer

Ambient Light Sensor

Proximity Sensor

Compass

Hall Effect Sensor

Keyboard

Size

242 x 179 x 5.5 mm

Weight

399g

Battery

Capacity: 0.5 WHr

Inductive charging from Pixel C

Features

1.4mm (full) travel

Adjustable screen angle: 100 to 135-degrees

Pitch: 18.85 mm (99%)

Additional Information

Google: Official Site

Google Support: Support Site

Phonearena: Phonearena Pixel C

Wikipedia: Wikipedia Pixel C

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