Google Inc. announced a new enterprise-focused tablet on Tuesday, the Pixel C, in an attempt to compete with Apple Inc.'s enterprise-grade 12.9-inch iPad Pro and Microsoft Corp.'s Surface Pro. Pixel C has a screen that measures 10.2 inches diagonally. It will retail for $499 when it hits stores shelves later this year, versus $799 for the iPad Pro. The tablet will run on Android Marshmallow and come compatible with a detachable keyboard, which can be purchased separately for $149. Also Read: Google unveils two new unlocked smartphones Also Read: Google launches new Chromecasts with support for Showtime, Sling TV and Spotify Also Read: Google launches $14.99 family plan for Play Music
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