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The much anticipated debut of Google’s tablet built in association with Asustek Computer may be pushed back from may to July. This is because the company is considering changes in the design of the device to lower down the cost from the current $250 to somewhere between($150-$200).

This tablet is decked up with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core CPU running on Android 4.0 (Ice cream sandwich) with a display of 7″ wide screen and only wi-fi connection.

This tablet will be a competition to Amazon’s Kindle Fire and the news also is that Apple is planning to launch a smaller version of ipad with a screen size of 7.85″s for a lower price, so probably Google has put into consideration the same. Co-branding with Google is a great opportunity for many companies,e.g., HTC for the Nexus One smartphone, due to its popularity.
Similar is the story with Asustek, let’s wait and see what response this new tablet earns from its audience.