Tablet computers news is dominating the internet news section. Apple had recently unveiled their new iPad in the USA and in developed countries with the starting price of Starting at $499.00. The Wi-Fi versions of the new iPad are priced at $499 for 16GB, $599 for 32GB, and $699 for 64GB memory capacity. When the new iPad was released more than 3 million units were sold in the first week only.
On the other hand Amazon too is popular with its Kindle tablet computer and it is very popular in the USA. They are now planning to release their two new Kindle Fire tablets for the market to compete with the iPad domination. The Kindle operates with Android but it is made totally independent to suite the Amazon Kindle tablets. The new Kindle Fire tablet, a 7-inch touch-screen device powered by Amazon's content ecosystem is priced at US$199. The Amazon Fire will not have a camera or microphone, or 3G network connection, but it can connect to Amazon's online offerings via Wi-Fi, where there are more than100, 000 movies and TV episodes, and 17 million songs for to download (http://www.amazon.com/Kindle-Fire-Amazon-Tablet/dp/B0051VVOB2).
This month Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en/us/default.aspx) too introduced their Windows 8-based Surface tablet to the tech world. They too think that they can challenge the IPad in the market once it is available for purchase in the coming months or next year.
Finally Google too had come in to the tablet market with their Nexus 7 tablet which offers the tablet with the price tag of $199 challenging all the other tablet computers in the market. According to the reports Google is not selling to get direct profit from the Nexus 7 tablet sales but are expecting to get from the sales in their Google Play when these Nexus 7 tablet owners by products there in the web site. The size is 7 inches as it stands in the name of the tablet and it comes with a front facing camera, Bluetooth connectivity, HD touchscreen, fast processor and provides best video viewing with its latest graphic chip. Now you can pre order for Nexus 7 tablet in the Google Play web site.