Google first 10-inch Nexus tablet

Google Inc has launched a larger version of its Nexus-branded tablet computer Nexus 10 tablet on Monday and music service to challenge rival AppleiPad and iTunes.

Google’s new Nexus 10, made in partnership with consumer electronics company Samsung Electronics Co. features ‘the highest resolution display in the world,’ with 300 pixels per inch compared to the iPad’s264ppi ‘retina display’, with prices starting at $299, will be available on November 13 in the United States and seven other countries, Google said in its official blog on Monday.

The company introduced an improvement to its online-music storage service. The new “matching” feature scans songs in a consumer’s music collection and automatically creates an online or “cloud-based” library of the same tracks which consumers can access from any device or computer.

Google also updated its smaller, Nexus 7 tablet released earlier this year. It increased the storage on the $199 version of the device to 16GB from 8GB, and introduced a new $299 version of the Nexus 7 with a cellular data service option. Google also unveiled a new Nexus 4 smartphone, made in partnership with LG Electronics, that features a quad-core processor and a 4.7-inch display.

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