Google's (GOOG) Nexus tablet, developed in partnership with Asus, will be arriving in July,...


Google's (GOOG) Nexus tablet, developed in partnership with Asus, will be arriving in July, reports The Verge. Though Asus introduced a similar product at CES in January, Google is looking to find ways to lower the device's price from $249 to $149-$199. That could mean swapping out the tablet's quad-core Nvidia (NVDA) Tegra 3 chip for something cheaper.

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    Nexus + Chrome + Tegra 3 in a tablet = Kindle killer, possibly with iPad like performance. But, no. The Tegra is too expensive. So again, sacrifice quality for price, to produce another useless device to be relegated to the depth's of failure.
    This is why AAPL will never have any competition on "their" level.

     

    I think Steve Job's had something no one else in this sector has right now. And that was...

     

    BALLS..

     

    Get a pair, their nice.
    7 Apr 2012, 10:22 AM Reply Like
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