Google Takes $75 Off the 64GB Pixel C, Through Sept. 6th

It's back to school season right now, so retailers are looking to offload a number of products before the holiday season ramps up in the next couple of months. We've already seen Google knock a bunch of prices down in the Google Store, and now the Pixel C has joined the party. The Google Pixel C was announced last year, along with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. It was originally meant to be a Pixel tablet running Chrome OS, but those plans were scraped and instead it became a Pixel tablet running Android. It had a bit of a rocky start, with plenty of issues, but it appears that Google has fixed most of those issues now.

The Google Pixel C is still sitting at $499 for the 32GB model, however the 64GB model is seeing a $75 price drop from $599 to $524. Now you won't see this price drop on the listing in the store, you'll get the $75 off once you put the tablet into your cart and are proceeding to checkout. The Pixel C isn't the only thing that's on sale right now, through the Google Store either. Chromebooks are also seeing up to $30 off, on select models of course. The ASUS Chromebook Flip, for example, is seeing $20 off of the 2GB RAM model and $30 off of the 4GB RAM model. With the Chromebook Flip being the only 2-in-1 Chromebook and one of the first to get Google Play Store support, it's definitely worth checking out at these prices.

Finally, the Chromecast is also on sale. But this appears to only be in the UK. Those of you in the UK, can pick one up for just £30 instead of the usual £35. Not a huge drop, but then again the Chromecast isn't all that expensive in the first place. Chromebook and Pixel C sales are available in the US and the UK, as well as some other European countries. You'll need to check your Google Store to see if the sale is available in your country. With new Nexus devices on the way, it makes sense that the Pixel C sees such a huge price drop. Surprisingly though, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P aren't seeing any price drops on the Google Store just yet.

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