Google Unveils The Nexus Q, Gives Android Owners The Ability To Stream From The Cloud For $299

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Today Google took the wraps off Nexus Q, the first social media streaming player. The Nexus Q allows owners to stream their favorite entertainment directly from the cloud to their living rooms. Google states that, you can “Q THE MUSIC and thousands of HD Movies, TV shows and YouTube videos. Browse all your favorite entertainment from your phone or tablet and play it instantly on Nexus Q.” The device lets you “Power a pair of bookshelf speakers directly with Nexus Q’s built in 25W amp, connect Nexus Q to your AV receiver or HDTV, and sync multiple Nexus Qs to fill your house with sound.” Users will also be able to “Play Together”, as the Nexus Q allows multiple Android owners in the room with a phone or tablet to join in on the mix of entertainment.

The Nexus Q is equipped with an OMAP 4460 processor, 16GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, dual-band WiFi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, and NFC. More importantly, the Nexus Q will launch for $299 later this summer in mid-July. For more information on the Nexus Q and how it works, check out the videos below and visit the Nexus Q page.

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