Google may intro a $100 Nexus tablet by end of year
Google may introduce a $100 Android Nexus tablet by the end of 2012, according to new reports. The move, if true, could really help push Google’s tablet effort out in front of others like the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and new Nook HD.
The source of the rumors is DigiTimes.com, a destination that has a somewhat spotty reputation at times. They advise that Google is again working with Asus on the new ultra-affordable design.
If the rumors are correct Apple will soon be introducing a smaller version of their iPad. Presumably this will cost a couple hundred dollars or more. Should the low cost Nexus tablet prove to be a reality, Google could certainly steal away market share from all players involved.
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