Today Google jumped into the tablet and media streaming market by introducing a 7” tablet called the Nexus 7 and a media streaming player called the Nexus Q.
The Nexus 7 will be a Wi-Fi tablet, have a 1280 x 800 HD display, have Bluetooth capability, will be running the latest Google OS Jelly Bean and have a front facing camera for video chatting. It will go on sale in July and cost $199.
Here’s a link to an interactive CNET review of the Nexus 7 if you’d like to see what it looks like!
The Google Nexus Q streaming media player will join media players like the Apple TV and Roku boxes. It will stream music and videos from the Android/Google cloud to your television or speakers and can be controlled by Android tablets and smartphones. It will list for $299 and will also go on sale in July.
Here’s a link to the first CNET review of the Google Q: