The Pixel C is a 10.2-inch (308 pixels-per-inch) tablet that runs the Android operating system (Android 6.0 Marshmallow, of course). Powering the device is an NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor that is paired with 3GB of RAM (for comparison, the Surface Pro 3 tops out at 8GB, while the iPad Pro comes with 4GB of RAM). The device also features a USB-C port, which brings it in line with the newly announced Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P.
Looks like I am trading in my Droid Turbo for a Note4. Just saw an article that links to the Google Now Launcher. I am hoping that this work well on the Note4 so I can be rid of TouchWiz.
If you understood any of that, great. Otherwise I should have prefixed this with a “note to self…”
Android Police has an article on a new feature inside of Google Play Services app to allow you to lock down and wipe an Android device in case you lose your phone or it is stolen.
If you are looking for even more functionality, I highly recommend Prey. It works great for keep track of your laptops, phones, tablets. It will even allow you to activate the camera remotely so you can see who has your stuff!
This is for all of those first time android users who received tablets this Christmas season. This is a collection of links that I have been sending to family and friends. Hopefully it will help you learn more about your tablet. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Nexus 7: Getting Started