Google’s Nexus 9 goes on sale for $399 via Amazon, Apple, and other retailers

Digital art tablets from Google’s Android maker are going on sale this week for $299 each, as Google’s Pixel line continues its surge in popularity.

The Pixel line includes a Pixel C and Pixel C XL, with Google touting the new devices as having “the best screen size, performance, and battery life.”

A Nexus 9 will set you back $399, or $399.99 for both the tablet and the phone.

The Nexus 9’s hardware is identical to that of the Pixel C, and the two tablets are also both designed to use the same Snapdragon 835 processor.

While Google’s new Pixel line has been steadily gaining momentum, its high-end hardware has not quite matched the Pixel’s popularity.

Google’s tablet line has also seen a resurgence in popularity, with Amazon and other major retailers including Apple, Microsoft, and Samsung announcing plans to sell the new Pixel and Pixel XL in the coming weeks.

As a result, it’s likely that Google will be offering more than just new Pixel phones and tablets this week.

As of this writing, Google’s website is offering the Pixel 8, Pixel 9, Pixel 10, Pixel 11, Pixel 12, and Pixel 15 for $349.99.

As you might expect, Google also offers the Pixel 6, Pixel 7, Pixel 8 and Pixel 10 for $499.99, though you’ll have to make a few more changes to the price if you want the Pixel line’s $599.99 device.

The company is also selling the Pixel XL, Pixel 5, and Google Pixel 6 for $749.99 and $849.97, respectively.

The $399 price is also good for the Pixel lineup, though it doesn’t quite match the Pixel device’s price.

If you’re looking for the most affordable option, Google has some other Pixel-branded hardware for sale, as well.

Google has also started selling its Pixel phones, but those phones are currently limited to just two models: the Pixel 7 and Pixel 8.

Those models, however, are limited to the Google Pixel series and are available only on Verizon Wireless.

We’ve contacted Google for more details about the Pixel phones’ pricing, and will update this article if we hear back.