Google 7-inch Tablet May Launch This July
Google Inc. has started to develop in the tablet world, this marked which the development of Google 7-inch Tablet that was developed in conjunction with leading hardware manufacturer Asus Inc. This mini-sized tablet rumored will tighten competition of the tablet world between Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle.
Google Tablet 7 Inch Rumor Features
Reports from Digitimes and the Wall Street Journal stated, “Google 7-inch Tablet is expected to use the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich that has become a mainstay of Google Inc. for tablet operating system. Expected to use this operating system will give new strength to the tablet was developed by Samsung and Asus’.
As a major developer, Asus will have a place as the exclusive provider of the main devices of developing the Googe Tablet 7 Inch. With the use of smaller screen sizes, these tablets will have one advantage that use less power, so the tablet will be more efficient when compared to the tablet with a size of 10 inch or larger.
In addition other key features presented by this tablet is the use of Quad Core Tegra 3 Processor will deliver exceptional performance and also managed to streamline the performance of the batteries, so they can work longer.
For the affairs of networks, the tablets will also be equipped with Wi-Fi that will connect to the internet, so the network devices in this tablet will not cost so much in it’s development.
Google Tablet 7 Inch Launch Date ?
Reported from some reports, Google will send Google 7-inch Tablet to different areas of this June. At this early stage Google is expected to send as many as 600,000 units a tablet to market.
For the official launching of this tablet, Google itself will do it in July. Google will release the results of its cooperation with the Asus tablet is in May. However, because the design is not fit for Google and the cost of production is too expensive to make Google delay the release of these entry-level tablet.
Google 7-inch Tablet will be released at a price ranging between $ 149 – $ 199. These tablets are sold cheaper than Amazon’s Kindle Fire.