Google seems to have taken the Tablet and entertainment segment seriously. In its recent launch at the Google I/O conference, Google announced its desire to penetrate into the Tablet segment. In fact, the company’s intent to enter the Tablet arena had been initially leaked through Google’s play site. At the Google I/O conference reinstated that the Google Nexus 7, priced at $199 for 8 GB of storage and $249 for 16 GB of storage, will essentially be an ASUS-manufactured tablet. A quad-core Tegra 3 processor will be used in Nexus 7, incorporating an Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC connectivity. Inclusion of 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera in its 7-inch IPS display of 1280×800 pixels will be a predominant feature of Google’s tablet offering.
At the Google I/O conference, Google stated as to how the company has been now activating more than one million Android devices per day, in flaunting its Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”. As per Google, the latest version of operating system will be far beneficial to its users by its inherent attributes which includes an faster interface, , enhanced notifications, Siri-like voice search, cleaner home screen design with resizable widgets, offline voice dictation, a new camera app, and much more.
The home entertainment front saw the introduction of Google Nexus Q seeing the light of the day, as many of the rumor mills had expected earlier this year. The introduction of Google Nexus Q at the Google I/O conference will bring in a spherical $299 “social streaming media player, the ability to wirelessly stream music, video, and also incorporate YouTube content in their users home entertainment systems. Although priced at $299, the Google Nexus Q with an amplifier having ability to connect directly to speaker systems will come for $399. The speaker systems will comprise of Triad speakers, rendering an amazing output to all its users.
How efficiently will Google be in carrying out its plans to penetrate the respective segments, to be looked upon as a competition to the Apple iPad and entertainment devices, can be only tested by the essence of time!
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