liked it and NVIDIA seems to be intent on wooing developers to build on and expand the device. So what's next in NVIDIA's plans to spread its brand further in the mobile world? Why, make its own tablet, of course!
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Nexus 7 still has the tablet listed as coming soon, however it looks like some dates and pricing are beginning to surface. Keeping in mind we have yet to see any of this from Google, it now looks like the tablet will be available from August 24th. This latest date is coming by way of a recent advertisement from Ebuyer.
Hisense announced a pair of Android tablets back in May. Those two devices included the Sero 7 Pro and Sero 7 LT. Both tablets came available in the US and seem to have arrived as a lower price option for those who may had been considering a Nexus 7. In fact, the Sero 7 Pro shared many of the same specs as the Google tablet.
OLPC XO Tablet arrived for sale back in mid-July. The tablet arrived with a price point of $149.99 and the initial launch had availability exclusively with Walmart. Specifically, that initial availability was limited to the Walmart website. In-store availability began yesterday, on August 1st, however it looks like the tablet has also come available with some additional retailers.
Nexus 7 is the hot tablet in the Android world right now and while there are some decent improvements in terms of the specs, that doesn't mean your older model Nexus 7 will instantly turn into trash. Then again, some of those older model Nexus 7 tablets have been suffering from serious lag issues in recent months.
Nexus 7 ended up arriving for sale a bit earlier than was originally planned. As those first user reports have been coming in we have been seeing details about a few software updates. These updates will leave your Nexus 7 with Android 4.3, however they are showing two jumps in the version number.
Nexus 7 has already begun arriving with one retailer. That retailer is Best Buy and the tablet is available for online purchase as of this morning. Gone is the pre-order button and in the place is a simple add-to-cart button.
Samsung recently confirmed the US launch of the Galaxy Tab 3 tablet lineup. That full lineup includes a 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1-inch model and so far we have only officially seen talk of those tablets arriving in a WiFi only form. While we have yet to hear anything official from Samsung, it is looking like an LTE model is heading to AT&T.
Android 4.3 and the Chromecast dongle yesterday (as well as several other smaller items), however when it came to tablets the talk was about the Nexus 7. Of course, that is only one of the two tablets currently available by way of the Google Play Store. That other is the Nexus 10 and the lack of a mention yesterday seems to have caused some to worry about the future of the 10-inch device.