Google is all set to release it’s very own tablet in an ever-growing field of tech gizmo frenzy. In a market which is mostly dominated by Apple’s iPad, it would be vastly riveting to see where Google would stand after the release of their much awaited tablet hype.
Google and Microsoft have taken the tablet revolution very seriously in the recent years. The Apple’s iPad generation has greatly influenced people in a digital ecosystem and has played a crucial role in driving them away from their monotonous stick-to-one-place work routines from computers and laptops.
The announcement from Google came soon after the release of Microsoft’s tablet named Surface, which has an inbuilt Windows 8 OS. But the reported pricing for this device, which comes very close to the price of an iPad, must prove itself to be much better to outgrow iPad generation, this now seems highly unlikely after a faulty tablet mishap that occurred during the unveiling of Microsoft Surface.
According to sources, Google is on the verge of making a fitting impact by introducing their sleek 7-inch Android powered tablet during their Google I/O developers conference. The in-house Google tablet, which has been rumoured for a while, is built by Asus and has a 1.3Ghz quad- core Tegra 3 processor. It has 1 GB of RAM and it has a GeForce 12-core GPU.
Quoting Google chairman Eric Schmidt who has repeatedly said that the tablet works well and for the first time can challenge the iPad. Android has taken a beating when it comes to developing apps, which has proven a hassle and a nightmare for the developers. So the Google tablet would have to overcome a considerable amount of skepticism from the developers about android.
However, if it does prove good then the rock bottom prices on Google tablets would generate a huge fan following, as compared to Amazon kindle Fire and probably Apple’s iPad. All in all, come whatever may the tablet gizmo is destined to get a lot more interesting over the coming years.