Taipei, May 7, 2012 (CENS)--With the advent of the busy shipment season for notebook PC and tablet PC, Quanta Computer has secured orders from several new clients for Google tablet
PCs, becoming a major winner among contract makers for tablet PCs.
Adding fuel to fire, the latest Digitimes report suggests the Google tablet
will retail for even less than the low-cost Kindle Fire tablet.
Google has seriously considered the forthcoming launch of the 8-inch ASUS-built Google tablet
in April, according to Digitimes.
A Google tablet
sold in an online store would likely run thenext version of Android, called Jelly Bean, a PC World columnist said.
In addition, Google's executive chairman recently disclosed the Google tablet
PC will be announced within six months, with market rumor pointing to Compal having a big chance to land such contract assembly order.
More details about the new Google tablet
were not revealed, and it's still remains unclear whether the tablet will be associated with Google's Nexus brand.
An image (above) claiming to be a press render of the updated Google tablet
was sent to tech blog (http://www.
With the release of the new Nexus, people are now asking what this spells for the first Google tablet
and other competitors like Apple's iPad mini?