ASUS finally launching $99 Nexus tablet at CES?

ASUS finally launching $99 Nexus tablet at CES?

Back in September, we reported that Google and ASUS are working on a $100 version of the Google Nexus 7, and then again in October, there were still reports floating around that ASUS will launch it, but when is this really happening? Now, I am about to share some latest breaking news and it came from Picasa, where someone uploaded a picture from an ASUS tablet, and the model number of it is same as the $99 Google Nexus 7.

asus-me172v-1-540x247Though whether it’s a Nexus tablet or just an ASUS tablet, we would love to see this budget Android tablet in market, and for just $99, it’s the best gift you can buy for yourself. Chances are that it will be unveiled next month at the CES in Las Vegas, and it is actually not a bad occasion to launch such a desirable product.

So, if ASUS introduce this product at CES, would you prefer picking it up?

Source: Slashgear

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  1. gary
    December 21, 03:35 Reply

    How can they even make a profit on this?

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