Google’s first tablet, unofficially named Nexus tablet, will hit the market in July as Google and Asustek are working together to tweak their 7-inch co-branded tablet PC. There were reports that Nexus might be released in May itself.
The tablet, made in partnership with Taiwan’s Asustek Computer, is touted to sport a 7-inch screen and an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor. It runs Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, and is Wi-Fi-only.
The device will reportedly be out in July at a price between $199 and $249. It will compete with the Amazon Kindle Fire.