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Deal: Buy a Pixel C Tablet for 25% Off, If You’re a Developer

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To celebrate the launch of the Android N Developer Preview, Google is offering developers (or anyone willing to try, basically), the chance to buy a Pixel C tablet for 25% off its list price. If you apply 25% off to the cheapest model of the Pixel C, your price will be $375. To claim this offer, all you need to do is provide your email address to Google, then they will email you a unique promo code to use on the Google Store. 

According to Google, this deal will only last as long as supplies last, so if you are interested, you best hurry. And if you are not a developer, hey, what’s the worst that could happen? They don’t give you a code? No big deal.

Hit the link below to enter in your email for a chance to get a code.

Developer Discount Link

  • TeeJay1100

    It needs to be 25% off of the $375. It’s still too expensive

  • Raven

    This could finally replace my ancient ASUS Transformer, but I would very much miss the MicroSD, SD, and full size USB slots as well as the HDMI out.

  • Scott Willenborg

    2 hours for a code, not bad for 25% off. I had one when it came out but returned it over software issues. Hopefully that crap is all sorted out now. Best tablet I had eve used… time to retire my Note 10.1!

    • droidrazredge

      What type of software issues started plaguing yours ?

  • ArrTooDeeToo

    Snagged a 32gb yesterday. My Nexus 10 has been senile and soiling itself for the past 4 months, so it’s time to put it out to pasture and buy a new horse. Hopefully more people will jump on this so it will get some developer attention on XDA.

    • Skittlez

      my Nexus 10 still runs like a champ! Only issue is when youtube videos go into 4K, it reboots

      • ArrTooDeeToo

        Mine still runs fine for the most part, but things that used to work just make it freeze and reboot, even after doing a clean install of everything. The most annoying thing is that Google Play Services crashes constantly, which means I have to go all the way into the app settings and clear the cache. It’s a daily chore, multiple times a day, and it can’t seem to be cured. It’s also gotten extremely slow booting up for some reason. I’ll still keep it around when I get my Pixel (which is sitting in a Fedex truck 10 miles away waiting for delivery…on Monday. *sigh*) and then I’ll probably give it a good clean wipe (data and everything) and see if that helps my issues.

  • Rich Robinson

    I swear by Android for everything except tablets. Bought a Surface Pro 4 and it’s amazing!

  • Cory S

    “And if you are not a developer, hey, what’s the worst that could happen? They don’t give you a code? No big deal.”

    They disabled my google accounts for life, and then made every google of my name come up with the results “Cory is a liar liar pants on fire”

  • Nijoo

    US only 🙁

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  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Finally the reason we’ve been waiting for to get a Pixel C! Mutliwindow!. Think I’ve found my new tablet… After not having one forever.

    • droidrazredge

      You won’t regret it! I bought this device when it first came out and absolutely love it. I feel it is the best quality Android Device I’ve used so far. I feel the Pixel team really delivered on the built quality and overall design of this tablet. The hardware and build quality is something that you’d find Apple doing with their iPads. The only thing I wished it had was LTE but I can understand why an LTE antenna was not added because this was originally supposed to be a Chrome OS device. I am also taking advantage of this offer so I can used one for work and another for developing and testing.

  • cdm283813

    If we can only get the Nexus 6P to go for $450 or below.

  • charesa39

    Dang. I’ve been waiting on some sort of discount on the Pixel C to replace my Nexus 10. Couldn’t really justify paying full price though for the buggy mess that it was. I signed up with three different emails. Hopefully I can get one.

  • burkett375

    I’m not a developer and got a code this afternoon. Grabbed me one… Nexus 10 was getting a little old. I wish the keyboard want do darn expensive or better 3rd party ones were available

    • droidrazredge

      They keyboard is expensive and I didn’t want to originally purchase one; however, after using the device for about 3 months with the keyboard I’d say the keyboard quality is as good as the hardware quality of the Pixel C. At times It feels like I’m regular keyboard because the tactile feedback response of the keyboard has such a good feel to it. I find I can get the same speed of typing as I would with a regular full-sized keyboard. It might not look like it’s worth the price at first but after you use it with the Pixel C you can definitely rest assured that you haven’t wasted money on some finicky cheap keyboard.

  • Literally as I was typing “waiting on email” it showed up. Change of status: Bought

    • AvalancheRyder

      How long did it take to receive the email after you signed up?

      • ali jawad

        For me it took roughly 3 hours or so from sign-up.

        • AvalancheRyder

          Cool thanks. Hope they respond to me that quick. I submitted my email 2 hours ago now.

          • ali jawad

            No problem. Did you get your discount code?

          • AvalancheRyder

            I sure did. It took about 3 hours for me too. Haven’t placed an order yet though. I’m still not completely sure I want it, though it is a great deal.

          • droidrazredge

            If you’re in need for a tablet like I said below you won’t regret this purchase. I absolutely adore this device. It is hands down the best Android Tablet that I’ve used. The build quality is just icing on the cake and I feel with Android N this device will really start to shine and show why it was originally designed and made.

      • I heard about the story before DL posted it and signed up. I think it was about 25-30 mins