Google's Nexus7 - Might Set Kindle On Fire - No Threat To iPad
Google's I/O began yesterday with amazing new product releases and major software upgrades with the announcement of Jellybean 4.1. Before I/O it was rumored that Google would be launching a new tablet that would be competing with Apple's iPad. It was also rumored that the tablet would be priced at as low as $199 and will be manufactured by Asus, the very same company that manufactured the innovative transformer prime powered with Tegra.
Well as it turns out Google is not behind Apple, after all. Instead Google's Nexus 7 is targetting those customers who would rather buy Amazon's Kindle Fire. Kindle has so far been very successful with its low and affordable price range. Kindle is mostly used by those individuals who spend a lot of time in quality reading so basically its an e-book reading 7 inch tablet. With Google's Nexus7, Amazon will face severe threat as the flexibility that a user can experience in Android cannot be experienced else where. Amazon app store is not as strong and happening place as Google's Play where there are over 500,000 apps. Also, because it is a Google product there is no point is arguing about the quality of service.
Google has also started a limited offer for Nexus7 purchases. Evey Nexus 7 will come shipped with Transformers movie, songs and some magazines that can be enjoyed. Nexus 7 has really good features which are currently unavailable in Kindle Fire. If you are a kindle user, we think its the right time you think about buying Google Nexus 7. It is very likely that with Nexus 7, Google has plans to set Kindle on Fire.
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