Yesterday Google brought itself to the forefront of technology news by announcing its new tablet, the Nexus 7. It won’t be available until mid-July, but people are already buzzing about its features and how they stack up next to other tablets currently available and Microsoft’s recently unveiled Surface tablet.
The Nexus 7 runs on Google's Jelly Bean operating system, which steps up Android's functionality and performance. Jelly Bean is more user-friendly than previous Android versions and its Google vocal search stands up to Apple's Siri.
Curious about the details? Take a look at the chart below from Thomson Reuters. It breaks down the key stats of not only the Nexus 7, but Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0 and 10.1), Microsoft’s Surface RT and Pro and Apple’s new iPad, based on the information currently available.
For more information about Google Nexus 7, check out Google's promo video: