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Re: A Nexus vs Multiple Nexuses
Compare to the five smartphone nexus being launched with the obscured idea of the "Nexus Certification" yes this practical approach the Nexus lawn one could scoff at. However lets break this down and compare this line products to there competitors,
Originally Posted by FishPharm
New iPad ($500-829)
iPad 2 ($400-529)
FYI starting prices for the Ipads are Wifi only models with 16 or 32 GB storages.
Ipad Mini ($329 starting 16GB WIFI Only)
This not official from Apple but do you really expect anything less.
10inch Tablets(8.9 close enough)
Kindle Fire HD ($300-$600)
Same Dual-Core with bigger screen but a $100 dollar mark up
Kindle Fire HD ($200-$250)
Dual-Core no 3G or 4G model yet
Nexus 10 ($300-400)
Wife Only Model 16GB
Nexus 7 ($200-$400)
This price range covers 16GB,32GB and 3G HSPA+ Model
This price range covers Unlocked/Carrier 8GB + 16GB Models
Most above is not official but what should be clear from what is official Google has position themselves like this: Google Nexus 10 and 7 tablets will have step above specs then their Amazon Competitor and be marginal increase in cost. Now compared to Apple which will have more industrial polish but compared specs with Google will be same or not significantly better however with Apple you will pay the highest for there products. Google will have be $100 to almost $300 cheaper then Apple in same product categories.
Google will be placing themselves nicely in between Apple and Amazon showing the masses there new option and that Google will offer what those companies have at better value.