Google-branded tablet to begin production in April?


We haven't talked about the fabled Google Nexus tablet in a while, but this afternoon brought a new report about it. Supposedly, it will go start production in April and will probably compete very heavily on price and features with tablets like the Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet.

The report also details the initial shipments that Google is expected to have, as well as the screen resolution: 1.5 to 2 million and 1280 x 800, respectively. There's also a rumor of a $199 price point, which, combined with the display, would pit Google's tablet directly against Barnes and Noble's and Amazon's offerings.

I am so excited for Google's tablet. It seems that when the company is involved with the production of hardware, those devices are always the best. I can only imagine that this will be the best Android tablet when it is released sometime in the near future. 

Are you going to hold out for the Nexus tablet? Or are you already sold on some other 7-incher?

[Washington Post] Thanks, John!

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