Jun 30, 2012

Google's New Nexus 7 Tablet is now back in stock and selling online

Google's Nexus 7 Tablet
Nexus 7 Tablet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS
Googles recently unveiled the Nexus 7 Tablet, a seven-inch tablet powered by the latest Android 4.1 operating system (Jelly Bean). This high demand tablet is now back in stock. It features a a quad-core CPU and 8GB of internal storage and is selling online for US $199 (8GB Model) -- the same screen size and price as Amazon's Kindle Fire. This tablet was launched in stores Mid July 2012. The upgraded 16 GB model is selling online for $249.

This Nexus 7 Tablet is a no compromise tablet that's designed to go where you go. With a sophisticated design, stunning 7 inch display, powerful quad-core processor and up to 8 hours of battery life during active use, Nexus 7 was built to bring you the best of Google in a slim, portable package that fits perfectly in your hand.

Nexus 7 comes with all your favorite Google Apps - like Gmail, Chrome, Google+ and YouTube - putting the best of Google in the palm of your hand. Easy to use apps stay in sync automatically across your tablet, phone and PC. With tons of free cloud storage and features you'll find nowhere else, Nexus 7 brings the best of Google together in one simple, beautiful device.

Google's Android software is the No. 1 operating system for smartphones, with about 1 million Android devices getting activated every day. But it has struggled to compete with Apple's iPad in the market for tablets, largely because it lags far be-hind Apple and Amazon in terms of available content and tablet-specific applications, such as games.

Google also unveiled a "cloud computer" for the living room called Nexus Q, designed to stream music and videos to the television from your Google devices. The compnay called it the world's first "social streaming device," and is selling it for $299


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