Google Unveils Nexus Tablet, Android Jelly Bean and a Social-Focused Media Streamer

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barbara009

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pccare247

Google Nexus is for all those who wish to keep their Tech gadget collection up to date. Looking forward to using such a neat work of experts. www.pccare247.com

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maxeeemum

"a digital copy of the latest Transformers movie and other bundled content"

That about says it all at the crowd this tablet is aimed at.

There's no SD slot because you're suppose to use the cloud.

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jgrimoldy

'Not sure I understand the relevance of the Skydiving Demo.

Okay, soooo we have a bunch of assholes jumping out of a blimp (isn't that cool! a blimp instead of a plane!). They're wearing the glasses and the leverage thier phenominal functionality to do the same thing that a helmet cam would (at a fraction of the cost)... Except, they look like douches in the process... NEATO!

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DOAcepr

Mean while... I'll be here patiently awaiting the arrival of the ASUS ME370T.

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John Pombrio

Heh, they already have a teardown of the Nexus Q
http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/06/nexus-q-teardown/

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kixofmyg0t

Brad....its not a "Galaxy Nexus" tablet. "Galaxy" is a trademark by Samsung and is applied to their products.

It is simply a Nexus tablet. Its manufactured by ASUS for Google, its not a "Transformer"(which is a ASUS trademark) nor a "DROID"(a LucusFilm trademark marketed exclusively at Verizon) Nexus.

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Brad Chacos

Ah, yeah, I see where I slipped a Galaxy in there by mistake. Just one though! The rest said "Google Nexus". Old habits die hard and all that. Fixed, and thanks.

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warptek2010

Great. Now get ready to be sued by Apple.

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bling581

Yeah, it's rectangular with rounded edges and black. How dare they copy the iPad!

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DOAcepr

What!? No microSD? Only 16GB? If it were 64 sure, 32 maybe... but only 16GB and no expandable storage? I soooooo wanted to buy this thing... I have been waiting cash in hand for months... and now, after seeing how much it's different from the ASUS ME370T specs, I can't bring myself to do it. Sorry Google, I’ll pass on the Nexus 7. Hopefully ASUS releases the ME370T soon; I really want a good 7 inch android tab.

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tehLazyNinja

No microSD is almost a deal-breaker. My desktop PC doubles as a file server on my home network, so I'll be able to deal with that by rotating content on and off the device. Still, it shouldn't be that way.

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kixofmyg0t

I have a 32GB Xoom that I've been using more than any PC for over a year. With all the pictures(over 560MB worth), music, apps, downloads etc I still have over 17GB left of internal memory and I don't even have a SD card in it.

What exactly would you need 64GB on a 7" tablet for?

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Rcapps

movies of course, also full seasons of Community, IT Crowd, and Archer :D

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DOAcepr

Rcapps you nailed it. As someone who spends a ton of time without access to wifi the more storage the better. I would settle for a 16GB version 7in tab with a microSD slot.

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kixofmyg0t

I see.

7" to me is too small to use as a primary movie player. My 10" Xoom just barely cuts it for movie viewing IMO. Even when I'm in the field I just bring a 32" TV and hook my Droid Bionic up through HDMI if I want to watch movies or Netflix.

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tony2tonez

Dont forget, Mad Men, Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, Futurama, you know the good stuff.

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