07/29/12 By nyqydejwybo902
What Follows Is A Solution That Is Even Enabling Pre-ordered the Nexus 7-Specialists To Grow
To all of you who ordered a Nexus 7 in the last few weeks, you can expect a 7-inch package delivery on your doorstep soon. Google announced on Friday that it has started shipping the pre-orders of its first self-branded tablet.
Google made the announcement in a cute and rhyming Google+ post: “Locked and loaded, ready to play: we’ve started shipping +Nexus 7 pre-orders today!” The company first unveiled the Nexus 7 tablet at Google I/O at the end of June, along with the Nexus Q and Android Jelly Bean. Pre-orders opened up at that time to anyone who wanted to shell out the very reasonable $200 for Google’s first tablet.
But those who attended Google I/O got to take home the Nexus 7 earlier than the rest. And the device, designed by Google and manufactured by Asus, has already received praise for hitting a sweet spot in terms of price, build quality and media capabilities. Though the Nexus 7 directly competes with the Kindle Fire, which shares the same 7-inch form factor, Wired reporter Nathan Olivarez-Giles found that the Nexus 7 outperforms the go right here now on several levels.
Amazon, however, already has plans to release a refreshed Kindle Fire soon, according to several reports. And if rumors prove true, Apple also has a 7-inch iPad in the works. It will be interesting to watch how this new, smaller-form tablet arena plays out. For now, Google’s Nexus 7 is a top contender and it will arrive in even more hands very soon.
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