Confirming the news which leaked ahead of schedule, Google has now officially announced the cloud-oriented Nexus Q, an audio and video streaming appliance meant for users at home. The device delivers the media gather in it to your television or a set of external speakers, featuring 25-watt amplifier. The device is powered by the same chipset as that the Galaxy Nexus do. In order to control the Q, user can use their Android devices, plus it features ethernet, Bluetooth, and NFC connectivity. The device is currently US-only and is available for pre-order starting today for $299 directly from the Google Play Store and will be shipping in July. Stay tuned with us, for all live coverage of Google I/O 2012 event, click here.
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