Google has unveiled the Nexus 7 - its first own-brand tablet. The device is ready by the Taiwanese industry Asus rather than the firm's own Motorola hardware unit. It runs the novel Jelly Bean version of Android. An 8GB version will be sold for $199 from mid-July plunging it directly against Amazon's Kindle Fire. The firm also showed off its internet-connected enlarged reality glasses revealing the first models would ship in 2013.
The Google Play site said the 8GB model would sell for £159 in the UK, and the 16GB version for £199. Tech players recognize that given the increasing importance of tablet campaign, they can no longer risk selling their software and services solely through other people's products. The second, to overlay information onto what they are seeing in front of them such as how fast they are stirring or the best way to get to one more place. The firm described the US-manufactured item as the "world's first ever social streaming device.