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Hugo Barra, Android's director of product management, unveils the Nexus 7, a tablet running the latest operating system, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The Nexus 7 runs on a Tegra 3 processor, has a 1,280x800-pixel HD display, and is NFC-enabled.
Google has teamed up with magazine companies like Conde Nast and Hearst to bring in some of the latest issues to the Nexus 7.
Browsing through movie choices on the Nexus 7.
The Nexus 7's recommendation engine suggests movies and other apps.
Similar to Shazam, the Nexus 7 can listen to songs and tell you the artist and other information.
The Nexus 7 will come shipped with the Chrome Web browser.
The YouTube app on the Nexus 7.
The Navigation and Maps feature on the Nexus 7 will show more information about locations, such as the most popular dish at a certain restaurant.
The Nexus 7 will have a gyroscope-enabled compass that is integrated in Maps.
As previously announced, Google Maps will now be able to save maps offline for later viewing.
The news reader app, Current, displayed on the Nexus 7 interface.
Here, the Daily Beast is translated on Google Current.
The Nexus 7 will have a 12-core GPU, which will vastly improve the gaming experience. Here, Dead Trigger is being demoed.
The Nexus 7 will be available in mid-July for $199.