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NEXUS 7 available on Google Play

An ad for the new Nexus 7 popped up on the front page of Google for a few days, a rare and notable occurrence. The first Google tablet, manufactured by Asus, is now available on Google Play.

Nexus 7 is a 7-inch tablet powered by a Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor that will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The tablet comes in 8GB and 16GB versions.

The IPS display is true high-def — 1280×800, so a bit better than 720p — protected by a scratch-resistant Corning glass. There’s a front-facing 1.2-megapixel camera and microphone for video chatting, though there’s no rear-facing camera. It also has a micro USB port, GPS, NFC (Android Beam) and both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Google also pitched the Nexus 7 — with its gryoscope and accelerometer — as “a serious gaming device.”

The Nexus 7 will cost $199 in 8GB and $249 in 16GB. Clearly, at a starting price of $199, the Nexus 7 is positioned to compete with the similarly 7-inch Kindle Fire, rather than taking on the 9.7-inch iPad (and the 10.6-inch Surface tablet from Microsoft).

 
 
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