Take a closer look at the sleek Google Nexus 9 tablet
Hello CNET viewers.
I'm Lynn Law and i'm here on the google campus to bring you their newest tabled the Nexus nine.
In partnership with HTC the 8.9 inch device is equipped with a 2048 by 1536 picture resolution.
And a Corning Gorilla glass 3 display.
It also has dual front facing speakers here with HTC's boom sound technology for an advanced audio experience.
Powering the tablet is a 64 bit Nvidia K1 processor that has a clock speed of 2.3 gHz and a 192 core Keppler GPU.
Inside there's a 6.7 amp per hour battery which should provide about 9.5 hours of continuous video playback.
The Nexus 9 also has an 8 megapixel rear shooter and an 1.6 megapixel front-facing camera.
The device runs Google's newest mobile OS, Android 5.0 KitKat, in its purest form.
The update comes with a refreshed interface and new features like a self-service guest mode function and notifications on the lock screen.
Available in three colors, the Nexus 9 starts at $400 and is slated for its in-store launch.
In November 3rd.
Again, I`m Lin and you been checking out the Google Nexus 9 tablet.
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