Is the Nexus 7 the only tablet in Google's plans?
2. CivicSi89 posted on 27 Jun 2012, 16:00 3 2
They will text the waters. But you KNOW they will do something to Irk Apple. Bring on the Nexus 10.1 and 8.1 as well! Go GOOGLE! haha.
4. TheCellX posted on 27 Jun 2012, 16:54 1 2
Guyss.. they just launched the 7 tab. Why keep thinking on new ones.... stop for a while and enjoy the 7" world...
5. Synack posted on 27 Jun 2012, 17:00 3 1
I'd much rather have a 10 than a 7..... and therefore made my purchase useless.
6. rockstarlive posted on 27 Jun 2012, 19:23 1 2
Maybe something really different, a 3d, dual screen, 1080 display tablet..... But then that would be too much, and using gimmicks. Lol. It would cool though.
7. Dr.Phil posted on 27 Jun 2012, 19:35 1 1
I'm sure they are hard at work trying to develop a 10 inch tablet. I think the reason Google didn't release a 10 inch (or announce a 10 inch) tablet today is because they may be still trying to develop all of the features and specifications they want in such a tablet. I mean look at what they announced today, it wasn't just some ordinary 7 inch tablet. It was a 7 inch tablet that had some monstrous specifications while also showing off some pretty awesome features such as Google Now. It basically offers features that you wouldn't (and may not in the near future) find on any other tablet for the same price. I think Google is wanting to do that with their 10 inch device. They will want it to have the features and specifications that you won't find on the new iPad or Microsoft's Surface.
8. Jayray78 posted on 28 Jun 2012, 08:30 0 0
I'm just wondering what they are going to do when the second gen comes out. Google Nexus 7 2 doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.
I'd be willing to bet that a wait and see approach will come after Nexus 7 sales calm down a bit. Obviously, they are going to follow whatever path Amazon takes to remain in direct competition. So if you see a 10" Fire, then you will see a Nexus 10. If not, then I would expect Google to build a direct iPad competitor. Not after seeing how little effect Asus had in direct competition with Apple.