Google Nexus 7 specssince the past few weeks ago. With all the previous rumors floating up altogether to the surface, now we here want to bring them up to the table along with some important information of this tablet, such as: the price detail, release date and more. So read on.
As we’ve already heard some time ago, this Google tablet, that rumors said it would be codenamed as
Google Nexus 7 (specs and codename were according to the leaked benchmark tests), will be assembled by Asus, the manufacturer that we all know it has been one of the experts in making great quality tablet PCs to the market. The second prominent spec that has also been clearly known by the public is that this Google-branded tablet will be equipped with 7-inch screen, the same screen size that is also adopted by Amazon on its home made tablet, Kindle Fire.
|Google Nexus 7 Specs|
|Google Nexus 7 Specs|
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Something that comes so surprisingly for many people, especially who really love tablet technology very much, is that, despite this Google Nexus 7 tablet will be powered by NVIDIA’s home made chip, Tegra 3 quad-core, rumor also has it that this Google-branded tablet will be priced aggressively by Google at mid-to-low price tag, just like the price that Amazon asks for its own Kindle Fire tablet, which is around $150 - $200.
The reason why this Tegra 3 quad-core tablet can be that cheap is because NVIDIA as the maker of the Tegra 3 chip inside this Google tablet always reiterates one of its company goals in the near future, which is to bring sub-$200 Tegra 3 quad-core tablets to the market. So this can be a great sign that in the upcoming future, Tegra 3 quad-core tablets will likely be the standard specification that must be equipped on even cheapest tablets all around the market.
Okay, we’ve come the most interesting part of this rumor round up, the launch date. Many suspect that this Google Nexus 7 tablet will soon arrive in December because an executive chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt allegedly just told an Italian newspaper, Corriere della Sera, that Google was actually planning to launch its own tablet in about six months, which means, the tablet will likely come in December this year.
So if that really comes to reality, then it’s obviously that Google’s next big event at Google’s I/O conference will likely be a perfect event for Google to introduce or announce its next tablet project, of course the Google Nexus 7 tablet.
So, there you go, some of Google Nexus 7 specs that you should know before Google spills something more out about the tablet at the I/O conference. If this is really true, then we all should be grateful for that because for some of us who just cannot afford to buy iPad, now we can smile proudly because the other alternatives for iPad, which one of them is this Google Nexus 7 tablet, can still be as powerful as iPad, or maybe even more powerful than iPad.