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    Default Google, release the Q!

    I desperately want one of these to power my living room speakers. Please Google, let us know where the product stands?
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    Default Re: Google, release the Q!

    I'm hoping they will give us an update on it soon too.

    I know they went back to the drawing board a little. Hopefully they are adding extra abilities like home automation to make the price seem more worth it. I wouldn't mind a version without the amp either. That could reduce the cost for those hooking it up to their existing system. But still have the option of getting it with the amp for those satellite locations with just speakers.
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    Default Re: Google, release the Q!

    I just came to the realization yesterday that they may (re)announce it on the 29th. Makes sense, right?

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    Default Re: Google, release the Q!

    fingers crossed that they do
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    Default Re: Google, release the Q!

    Quote Originally Posted by KidCuda View Post
    I just came to the realization yesterday that they may (re)announce it on the 29th. Makes sense, right?
    If they found a use for it, then it makes more sense than it did last time. I'm pretty loyal to Google, and I'll pretty much snatch up any Nexus device just to play around with, but I don't think I need a $300 YouTube player, or 50" Angry Birds. Especially when a Roku 2 XS is under $100.

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    Default Re: Google, release the Q!

    Quote Originally Posted by jcsugrue View Post
    If they found a use for it, then it makes more sense than it did last time.
    That's how I felt when they presented it, like it was not clear why you should buy a Nexus Q and it had very little features for a $300 device, specially considering you can get something like an AppleTV for $99. I sure hope they revamp it and announce it on Monday and that the price has also been cut.
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    I really wanted one too. I am in the process of setting up a music server in my house and this would be perfect.
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    Default Re: Google, release the Q!

    If you were lucky enough to have "bought" one first time around, you ended up getting it for free!
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    Default Re: Google, release the Q!

    I never got one, but I definitely want one. I don't mind the price too much, but I'm not the biggest fan of it's features. Maybe if they made it into a Nexus TV device and have Google TV then that'll be something.

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