For $200, you get a lot of bang for your buck. Build quality is good, it runs Android Lollipop (Version 6.0) already, and has a good quality screen with enough battery to back it up. The only thing missing is the charger (which isn't included).
The Pixel C is Google’s vision of what a tablet should be both inside and out with their having complete control over both the hardware and software. The Pixel C will get Android N quickly (the beta can currently be downloaded now) which will come with multi-window support.
The Pixel C is one of the most expensive Android tablets available, and comes at a time when we are seeing fewer and fewer Android tablets. It's closest competition is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 which is much thinner and lighter, with a more impressive display...and costs $150 less.
Despite that pixel-dense display, the Venue 10 7000 can certainly hold it's own in terms of performance. The Intel Atom Z3580 processor packs a punch just as long as you don't expect to do too much multitasking (the 2GB of RAM drags down the experience)
Android has a lack of good, optimized tablet apps. On iPad for example, there are many apps that change their layout to better utilize the extra space that a tablet brings, but that's not the case for Android tablets.