Australia now becomes one of first 4 nations where new Nexus 7 Tab will be offered for pre-booking. Google launched its Nexus 7 Tab of I/O Google Developers Conference on Day one with upgraded Jelly Bean Android software. Tablet is currently obtainable for a pre-order in U.S, Canada, Australia and UK. The Nexus 7 tablet is pretty much reasonably priced. The 8GB Tab is $249, whereas the 16GB Tab is $299 and which is exclusively obtainable on Google Play Store.
Also, there’s is an indefinite shipping charge. The gadget is launch on Australian shores on middle of July. Purchase Nexus 7 tablet and obtain $25 of Google Play credit and a free sample of film Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Nexus 7 Tablet having a quad core processor, an 8-hour battery life, an HD display, weighs 340 grams and a front facing camera.
The gadget is made in by the prime hardware company Asus. But, Google is moderately hands on in manufacturing the device to combine it with new Android Jelly Bean.
This happens first time that a Nexus gadget has been available directly to Australian customers. There’s no word up till now if vendors will be able to sell the device. The Australian cost is $50 over United States customers will pay, regardless of Australian dollar which is being at or near similarity with the US dollar. Google moreover showed off Nexus Q, a sphere-shaped media player that goes on sale in the recent times in the United States only for 300 US Dollar. The Nexus Q will be obtainable to other countries at a later, indefinite date. The gadget holds resemblance to that of Apple TV. But, one of the major differences is that it allows sharing between companions who are too Android users.
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