Get ready for jelly bean

This is the age of notebooks and tablets and every few days we get to see a new version of a notebook or a tablet being launched into the market. It’s sort of a race between varied companies who manufacture these products and they come up with new and varied designs and try to lure in as much people as they can. There is a kind of rage about these products in the market and many people look forward to their favorite brand of manufacturers to launch a product according to their likes and preferences.

The latest update is that Google has launched a new tablet named  Nexus 7 which is powered by the latest android 4.1(jelly bean) operating system. This attempt of the search titan is to make a mark in the already crowded market of tablets and notebooks which is currently being dominated by the giant of technology, Apple. Majority of the people are aware of the operating systems being upgraded from the time they were launched in 2007. The interesting thing that one has to notice here is that these operating system versions are moving up not only in the technology but also in the alphabetical order. The latest name of the operating system which powers the Google’s Nexus 7 is ‘Jelly bean’ which was preceded by ‘ice cream sandwich’ operating system. The Nexus was built by a company named Asus and has a 1280*800.display. It has a quad-core CPU and a splendid 12-core graphics processor. This version of the operating system ‘Jelly bean’ has been developed from its predecessor ‘ice cream sandwich’. It has many new features like better resizing of icons, improved text input and also a predictive keyboard that can predict the next word you are about to type. It has sensors which can also predict where you are going to touch on the screen and plans according to it. There is also a speech recognition system and many new input languages including Persian and Thai. There are a lot of new features to see in this new tablet Nexus 7 and let’s wait and watch how this product fares in the market.

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