Google just released the Android 4.1 Jellybean that comes with lots of new features such as native home screen, automatically arrangeable widgets/icon, voice assistant, Google now and more. Google also released the Nexus 7 tablet that is manufactured by ASUS and comes with Jellybean and awesome specs and now Google has released another amazing new hardware named Nexus Q.
The Nexus Q is a cloud linked jukebox that will receive things from Google Play connected Android smartphones and tablets, the Nexus Q lets you to access to the Google music, etc on whatever you connect the Nexus Q. When you plug the Nexus Q to a set of speaker, then when anyone will connect his/her device to the Nexus Q, he’ll have option to play the music through the speaker, you’ll no need to pass around phones or link to any account, you can work without them.
The Nexus Q has nice specs like an optical audio, an ethernet port, micro HDMI port, micro USB that will used for USB and banana jack speaker outputs, the Nexus Q will come with a black case and it surrounded by a ring of 32 color changing LED lights.
The Nexus isn’t available currently, it will be available on next almost, the Nexus Q will cost you just $299. The Nexus Q is a pretty easy way to stream entertainment from the cloud using Android, it will work with all speakers and screens, you no need to download anything just plug and play. If you want grab the Nexus Q, head over to official page. Don’t forget to comment about the Nexus Q.
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