Google unveiled at a conference I / O in San Francisco tablet Nexus 7 – the first device in the line of Nexus, designed by ASUS. Journalists who are fortunate enough to twist a novelty in their hands, share their first impressions. Thus, the tablet weighs only 340 grams, the screen size – 7 inches, resolution – 1280×800 pixels. The gadget is equipped with quad-core processor Nvidia Tegra 3, and has a gigabyte of RAM. The tablet can be packed into the
In opened in Taiwan at Computex 2012, ASUS showed the newest mobile electronics-based operating system, Windows 8.
The first day of the event, it familiarized the audience with a device called Taichi and Transformer Book – a hybrid, resulting from the symbiosis of the Tablet PC and ultrabuka.
Resource Pocketnow published probable image of the first “proper” tablet by Google.
The photograph shows that the device has received a lot of connectors, located on one of the sides, – microUSB, standard USB, 3,5 mm audio and a full slot for an SD-card. On the opposite side are the power button, a switch (perhaps to enable silent mode or off, rotate the image) and the volume rocker.
Of course, the authenticity of the image can not check. However, it is the details that indicate the possible authenticity. For example, the screen there are no shortcuts party applications or widgets – just the standard program Google. In addition, the time that show the clock in the tray – 4:00, ie, is the same as the first press photos Galaxy Nexus (some speculated that it is an indirect indication of the version of Android Ice Cream Sandwich).
Recently, an increasing number of rumors about what may submit ASUS at CES 2012. According to the latest of them, the Taiwanese company will release a low-cost 7-inch tablet costing up to $ 300.
As one of the options, it may be Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime Mini “little brother” recently released 10-inch Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime , also has a dock with a physical keyboard. In addition,
It seems that next year, just lazy manufacturer will not release the hi-tech Soup without the quad-core processor and, apparently, HTC in not among them.