Google has unveiled the Pixel C tablet, a powerful new tablet running Android that when combined with a new Smart Keyboard can become a fully-fledged laptop.
The main talking point for the Pixel C though is the full-size Smart Keyboard which allows the tablet to be held at multiple angles.
Taking power from the Pixel C, the keyboard can then be magnetically attached to the back of the tablet when finished for portability.
We don't know much else about what's powering the Pixel C other than that it'll come running Google's own Android M software.
In terms of storage the Pixel C comes with 32GB, 64GB of storage and will cost $499 and $599 respectively.
It'll launch in the 'holidays'.