Google Announces Nexus 10 Tablet and Nexus 4 Smartphone
Google announced today at a conference in San Francisco that their Nexus 10 tablet will be available for purchase starting November 13th. This new tablet was developed with Samsung and is touted as having the highest resolution of any tablet on the market, with a 2560 x 1600, 300ppi, 10-inch touchscreen. Pricing for the Nexus 10 Tablet starts $400 for 16GB of storage and $500 for 32GB.
New features for the Nexus 10:
• Allows for multiple user accounts, so that a family can share the device and keep separate apps and settings for each user.
• Stereo speakers
• Standard tablet battery that lasts for nine hours.
• Resolution screen at 300 pixels per square inch – Google calls it the highest resolution in the tablet marketplace.
• New "matching" feature scans songs in a consumer's music collection and automatically creates an online or "cloud-based" library of the same tracks that consumers can access from any device or computer.
Google’s Nexus 4 smartphone will also be available on November 13th in the Google Play store for $300 with 8GB of built-in storage or $350 for 16GB, both sizes unlocked and without a carrier contract. T-Mobile will also sell the 16GB Nexus 4 for $200 on a 2-year contract.
Are any of you planning to get the Nexus 10 or Nexus 4?