Google is calling the Nexus Q the “world’s first social media streamer.” When connected to your TV, this $299 ball can be used to stream tunes and videos from your favorite (Gingerbread or higher) Android device.
If you have Android-toting friends over, you can also give them the ability to control the Q and play their own music and videos.
Set to ship in mid-July, the Q is much more expensive than most music and media streaming devices.
And sad to say, it isn't worth it. The Q is fun to play with, but it also has some significant flaws.
When Google designed the Q, it was looking to create something that you’d want to display on a bookshelf or beside… Continue reading...