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Google's Pixel C tablet now available in the UK from £399

But that keyboard's gonna cost you extra.
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Google's Pixel C might not be the tablet to replace your laptop, but it's still a beautifully put together device with oodles of power. If you've had your eye on the convertible after first seeing it a few months ago, know it's now available through Google's online store, but it don't exactly come cheap. The 32GB model is will set you back £399, while the 64GB configuration demands the pricier sum of £479. But you wanted a physical keyboard to go with that, right? Well, be prepared to pay £119 extra for either the regular or folio options. Still, at least the tablet itself is cheaper than our original guesstimations based on US pricing. With the launch of the Pixel C in the UK, Google's latest product line is now available in its entirety, just in case you're wondering what to get the gearhead in your life this Christmas.

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