“These tabs usually cost around Rs 5,000-5,600, with almost every basic feature you want with a tablet PC. A screen of good seven inches, Internet connectivity, memory card slots, USB drive slots, good multimedia features and classy looks comes with usually every one of these. And they are quite popular among the buyers too,” shopkeeper in the New Market said.
“If these Chinese tablets would have been equipped with some better features, they could give established brand names a run for their money,” another shopkeeper said.
According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster in a research note, “Google likely sold 800k-1m Nexus 7s in Q3.” Profit is not the main success of the near million Nexus 7, apparently. The main goal of the Nexus 7 is to add more tablet PC market share because more Nexus 7 owners will allow Android to attract tablet PC app developers.