The Pixel C is a brand new tablet developed by Google which runs on Android rather than Chrome OS, as did all the Pixel devices before it.
We say it's a tablet, it's also kind of a laptop - at least when you attach the keyboard to the back with a magnet.
The keyboard is adjustable from 100 to 135 degrees so you can have it in whichever position is most comfortable to you and attaches by Bluetooth rather than a cable.
They keyboard can be attached to the back of the tablet so it never really has to part from it. That will come in handy when travelling.
There's also no need to charge it separately as it does so inductively when attached.
The screen is 10.2 inches, rivaling the iPad's screen size of 9.7 inches, and has a resolution of 2560 x 1800. That's 308 pixels per inch.
The processor is the enormously powerful Nvidia X1 which supports 4K video and is, by current trends, the most powerful mobile processor around.
There's also 3GB of RAM if you care about that sort of thing.
And it comes with USB-type C support, hence the name.
The Pixel C will be out in time for Christmas and will cost $499 for the tablet and $149 for the keyboard. We'll keep you posted about the UK price as it comes in.