Nexus Q Now Shipping in 3 to 5 Business Days. Available on the Play Store

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  • 25 Jul 2012
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  • Following Google I/O Day 1, when the Nexus Q was first announced, the device has stirred a lot of interest from people wanting to either own it or test its capabilities. The developer community, with some of them getting a Nexus Q during the Google event, already hacked the device to run some of the Android games and apps.

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    Google encouraged hacking of the Nexus Q, during I/O, speaking of the device’s potential. Recently, the media streaming device got a launcher, CyanogenMod 9 port and even a test version of XBMC was made to run on it. People that are up to date with the development concerning the Nexus Q are aware that they are getting more then they payed for. By itself, in factory state, the Nexus Q is an Android-based device for streaming music, video, and web content. It features a great design and is controlled through an app that runs on your Android smartphone or tablet.

    The Nexus Q costs $299 and is engineered, designed, and manufactured in the US. Starting today you can order the device on the Google Play Store. It will take 3-5  business days to ship, as usual with Google devices.

     

     

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