Google introduces its new tablet Nexus 7: Tegra 3 to $199
Event under the Google I/O 2012, we continued to live on , the company also introduced its new operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean , also showed the tablet Nexus 7, which agrees with most of the leaks we’ve seen before and again.
This device shows interesting technical features, starting with the use of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean factory-installed, the first device to have it officially. It also has a 7 inch screen with 1280 x 800 pixels, NVIDIA Tegra platform 3 with internal quad-core processor and a 12-core graphics chip, showing great performance in 3D games and applications.
It also highlights the presence of front camera for video calls, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, accelerometer and gyroscope, adding an NFC chip. Google says that the energy independence of the Nexus 7 can play video in HD high definition up to nine consecutive hours, holding 300 hours in standby mode (standby). All this on a computer that weighs just 340 grams.
Price? USD $199, interest rate also comes with a $25 card to spend on Google app store Play. Available to order from now, with expected delivery date to mid-July. Where do I can ask? In the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia.
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