Google chairman Eric Schmidt started a firestorm when he was quoted saying the company planned to “market a tablet of the highest quality.” Since then, speculation surrounding a Google-branded slate has nearly spiraled out of control. Display Search analyst Richard Shim recently fueled the fire, suggesting that a Nexus-branded tablet will enter production in April for an initial run of between 1.5 million and 2 million units. Further reports also suggested that the Mountain View-based company had reached out to ASUS to design the Google-branded slate based on its Eee Pad MeMo tablet. Now, a new rumor suggests that ASUS has scrapped its $249 MeMo to focus solely on the “Nexus tablet.”
The New Google Nexus tablet is rumored to cost a mere $149.99. Would you buy a Google Nexus tablet for $149.99? Hit us up in the comment and let us know what you think.
i would buy this tablet because of its low price and its tegra 3 prossecer. The tablet is 4.0 androidmand its desined to basically to take out every 7inch tablet.i was the thinking to buy the samsung galaxy tab 2 7.0 but this tablet is at the top of the market
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