Google I/O tickets sell out in less than an hour
is no longer sold after feedback from users revealed it to be terribly lacking in features.
The 6,000 attendees to the event last year took home a Samsung GALAXY Nexus handset, a Google Nexus 7 tablet and the Nexus Q. They also were given the opportunity to purchase Google Glass for $1,500 after viewing a live video display of four skyjumpers wearing the device, who jumped out of a blimp and landed on the roof of the convention center.
This year, the buzz around Google I/O centers on a new handset that is believed to be the first true collaboration between Google and Motorola. Dubbed the Motorola X, the device is expected to be powered by Android 5.0, also known as Key Lime Pie.
1. InspectorGadget80 posted on 13 Mar 2013, 12:08 5 2
Damn wish i had 900$ too go there. Google i/o is going too be very excited this year. Cant wait for keylime 5.0 & hopefully google glass
2. xperiaDROID posted on 13 Mar 2013, 12:12 0 2
Awesome, that means many peoples were excited about Key Lime Pie and Google Glass. But $900 for the ticket is too expensive, I really want to go there but oh well.......
4. Reluctant_Human posted on 13 Mar 2013, 13:40 7 0
With all the freebies it kind of pays for itself though.
3. yougotkilled1 posted on 13 Mar 2013, 12:44 0 3
How do you provide proof to google that you're a student or teacher? o_o send in a picture of ID? Online purchases that is....
7. nexusalltheway posted on 13 Mar 2013, 15:03 0 0
I so wish i could have purchased this ticket and go there. It will be incredible experience.
8. imkyle posted on 13 Mar 2013, 15:29 0 0
If I wasn't on the east coast, I would love to have gone.
9. DHILLON_ARSH posted on 13 Mar 2013, 17:38 0 0
who'll pay $900 for a silly ticket....
if key lime pie iz the issue well i can some time nd save my $z