Google Introduce Nexus 7 Tablet
Nexus 7 Tablet will come with quad core processor and google chrome web browser priced $199 USD
Quite crowded discussed at the rumor level , finally Google’s Nexus 7 tablet was officially introduced at the Google I / O annual conference held in San Francisco, California on June 27th.
Nexus 7 tablet presence, as quoted from Boy Genius Report, is intended to help Android to ‘bite bigger’ in the arena of tablet markets consumer that have been ‘born’ again by the iPad in 2010.
According to the rumor that recently come out, Google Nexus 7 tablet has been confirmed will run Jelly Bean Android as its operating system, this tablet was made by Google partners from Taiwan manufacturers, it is Asus.
As the tablet that is expected to ‘do much’ in the marketplace, Nexus 7 tablet was beautifully packaged with a number of specifications, such as a screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 12-core GeForce GPU, front camera device, integrated NFC, 1GB RAM, and battery that can survive up to 9 hours even used to play video.
Beside being the first tablet device with the latest operating system, Nexus 7 tablet is also going to be the first device that will be sent to the market with Google Chrome web browser in it, which replaces the previous Android browser. Not only that, Nexus 7 will also be embedded to the latest version of Google Maps, which one is the ability to present offline maps.
Google Nexus 7 Tablet will start rolling to United States, Canada, and Australia market in mid-July with the official price at $199 USD
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