Google's new Nexus 7-inch tablet, expected to be manufactured by ASUS, could be ready by the end of June after all --in time for Google's  I/O conference. Android Authority  has heard from an ASUS employee that the device will cost somewhere between $150 and $250. The tablet will run a quad-core processor made by Nvidia, but opinion is divided over whether the tablet will host Android 4.0  or its newer version, Jellybean . With advanced Google OS specs and at that price, the tablet could challenge both the iPad and e-readers  of all stripes.
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