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Google Puts Its Nexus Q Dream on Hold

August 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Google has delayed the release of the Nexus Q, the spherical media box it first showed off in June. The $300 device was to be a major foothold for Google in the TV space, but early critics reacted unfavorably to its price and perceived lack of versatility. It’s unknown when Nexus Q will hit the shelves, but those who pre-ordered the device will receive an original unit for free.

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