Thursday, June 28, 2012

Google Nexus 7 Analyses, looked at by the BBC!

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Google Nexus 7 Analyses, looked at by the BBC! It certainly look interesting, and they say it is likely competing with Amazon's Android device, not Apple, but is much cheaper than Apple!


'Google has unveiled the Nexus 7 - its first own-brand tablet.

The device is made by the Taiwanese company Asus rather than the firm's own Motorola hardware unit.

An 8GB version will be sold for $199 (£127) from mid-July pitching it directly against Amazon's Kindle Fire. It will run the new Jelly Bean version of Android.'

BBC World News | by staff at 27 June 2012 Last updated at 20:49 GMT
BBC News originally shared this post:
Google has unveiled Nexus 7 - a tablet made by Asus - and will sell its augmented reality glasses to developers from 2013. We take a closer look at what they have to offer.
Google announces Nexus 7 tablet »
Google has unveiled the Nexus 7 - its first own-brand tablet which will run the new Jelly Bean version of Android.

2 comments:

  1. I have an iPhone, bought a ton of apps, have a ton of tunes and basically for the past several years have latched the Apple ball and chain onto my leg. I'd like to get an iPad, but can't stomach the $500+ price, but thought about an alternative for less... However, I don't know if I'll be able to transfer my Apple apps and tunes on a Non Apple device or am I scr3wed?

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    1. I wish all apps had a universal standard. I think it would depend what they are, some apps may have android equivalents. I hope you succeed.

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