The Google Nexus Q, which was announced last month at Google's I/O conference, lands in the US - but there's no word on a UK release date yet
Just hours after being made available via the Google Play Store in the US, the spherical media streamer that is the Google Nexus Q has seen its estimated shipping date pushed back as high demand sees launch stock sell out.
Following its official unveiling alongside the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean powered Google Nexus 7 tablet during Google I/O conference late last month, the Google Nexus Q hit the American Play Store yesterday with a $299 (£191) price tag.
A spokesperson for Google told T3 that the orb-shaped device has only been announced for the US and that the search giant will make an announcement once it's scheduled for a UK release.
In addition to streaming content such as music and video around the home, it also hosts a range of Google apps, including YouTube and Google Play Movies.
The Android-powered media streaming player comes equipped with the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS, as well as a dualcore OMAP 4460 Cortex A9 processor and SGX540 GPU. Also in the mix is 1GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage.
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