Google Announces Nexus Q Media Streaming Device

Google Nexus Q
Google has announced the Nexus Q streaming media player device at the I/O developer conference today. The Nexus Q looks like a black orb with a glowing blue stripe. The $299 social TV streaming Nexus Q powered by Android lets people play music, videos, and YouTube clips from the cloud. Users can create social playlists, which lets multiple people collaborate on them from the Google Play app on Android phones and tablets. The Nexus Q has near-field communications, WiFi, Bluetooth, 16GB storage, and 1GB RAM. The device has a 25-watt amp so that you can use it to power other speakers. Check out the demo below:

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