The Google Nexus 7 tablet has been selling out in Canada and the USA. You will be hard-pressed to find the latest quad-core giving you a vanilla Google Jellybean experience. Many people have been ordering them online in the hope that you can them shipped out within four weeks. Sales of been tremendously robust and their is industry wide attention on this device, reviled only by the new iPad. The Kindle Fire 2 is set to be unveiled by August 7th 2012, but how will the tablet do, considering most people are buying the Google one?
Google has released two different versions of their Nexus smartphone and this is the companies first foray in offering a seven inch tablet. The hardware is super solid and currently offers the best hardware experience in this class.
The Kindle Fire 2 might arrive on the market at the end of August or the beginning of September. Sales might be hampered due to consumer spending on the Nexus 7 and could strike a blow to the online giant. Amazon really needs to release a new e-reader and tablet very soon to capitalize on staying competitive in the marketplace.
Barnes and Noble is poised to announce a next generation tablet, Apple might be revealing a 7 inch iPad and even Sony is releasing a new e-reader and Android tablet soon. This is an excellent season for the customer as these companies battle against each other to sell hardware at rock bottom prices.
Amazon better release something truly excellent in terms of hardware to appeal to the large segment of people that are totally enamored with specs. It also must accentuate the vibrant Amazon ecosystem that offers movies, eBooks, magazines, newspapers and an android market.