Google threw a bit of a curveball at its Nexus event earlier this year: A 100 percent Google-made tablet brandishing the company’s well-known Chromebook moniker. It was called the Pixel C. It was all Google hardware, like the Pixels that came before it, and its software was pure Android Marshmallow.
The only thing that remained a secret was when you could buy one–a sorely-vague “Holiday 2015” was all we knew. Well, today’s the day. Google is now selling the $500 tablet (and extra $150 keyboard). We’re still in the middle of our own review, but you can refresh your memory about Google’s weirdo tablet with our hands-on from this past September.