A media streaming device from Google, the Nexus Q can stream media from any Android device. The Q runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Though it was originally targeted for a July 2012 release, Google has indefinitely postponed shipment of the Nexus Q.
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What You Need To Know
- Supports playback through Google Play Music, Google Play Movies and TV, and YouTube
- Has a band of color changing LEDs
Six months ago former Google CEO Eric Schmidt predicted that Google TV would be embedded on the majority of new televisions by this summer. That hasn't happened, but it's not stopping Mountain View from entering the living room from a different angle — with its own branded media streamer, the Nexus Q. The Q acts exclusively as a receiver for audio and video content from Google's online media services, all controlled with your Android tablet or smartphone. At $299, it's positioned as a US-made...
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