After months of rumors, Google finally announced their 7 inch Nexus tablet that will launch with Android 4.1 Jelly Beam. It is expected to be available in the next few weeks.
Dubbed Nexus 7, and priced At $199 for 8GB and $249 for 32GB , the website shows that it will ship in 2 to 3 weeks, you will have to pay for shipping which is calculated at the time of checkout. As an added bonus for a limited time you will get $25 of credit in the Google Play Store. They claim it's the first 7"-inch tablet with quad-core processor.
Specs include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Micro USB, 7" 216 ppi HD (1280x 800) touchscreen with Corning glass, 8GB/16GB of internal memory 1GB RAM, front camera, NFC and Chrome browser.
Voice search will work when it is offline.
Battery power should last for 8 hours of HD video playback, 10 hours of web browsing or 10 hours of eReading, The back is curved with a textured grip.
It shows that it was made by Assu and powerec by NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. A 12?core GPU delivers rich and immersive graphics while patented 4-PLUS-1(tm) CPU design gives you processing power when you need it, and battery saving efficiency when you don’t.
It's clearly hitting the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet by pricing it at $199.99 and $249.99. As far as the best ever deal on a nine inch tablet its still the HP TouchPad aka ImmortaPad with MacConnection and PCConnectionExpress are showing refurbished 32GB Wi-FI HP TouchPads in stock for $209 with free shipping which is the cheapest we’ve seen, recently.