Google Nexus Q is a media-streaming device which is lineup in Google Nexus siblings. This device runs on Google's Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform and integrates with Google Play. Powered by OMAP4460 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, SGX540 GPU along with 16GB NAND flash memory, 1GB LPDDR RAM.
The device has an extraordinary spherical shape an eye poppimg device. The Nexus Q acts exclusively as a receiver for audio and video content from Google's online media services, all controlled with your Android tablet or smartphone on the go.
This device has support Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n ,Near Field Connectivity, Bluetooth, microUSB and Ethernet 10/100BASE-T (RG45 connector). In addition, the choice of microHDMI over a standard HDMI port meant had to do some digging behind the TV to get the Q connected.
"Google Inc. is postponing the launch of the Nexus Q, the internet giant's first self-designed and marketed consumer electronics device, in a smudge on its budding hardware credentials. The company announced the indefinite delay of the orb-shaped media player device in an email on Tuesday to customers who had pre-ordered the made-in-America gadget, saying it wanted to add more features and function. It offered a preview version" of the streaming device for free instead."