Google’s Nexus Q wants to compete with Sonos and beam music from the cloud to your speakers. It also plays YouTube and Google Play movies and TV shows – but is it worth $299? Take a look at our review:
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Show notes for this episode:
- The Nexus Q can be bought exclusively through the Google Play web store.
- More information about the device can be found on the Nexus Q website.
- The Nexus Q is based on Android, just like Google TV. Check out all of our Google TV coverage.
- To learn more about Google TV and other smart TV platforms, make sure to also check out our new e-book Cut the Cord: All You Need to Know to Drop Cable, which is now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iTunes.
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