Asus' long-rumoured 7in Google Nexus tablet could be landing as early as May, if Digitimes' sources are to be believed.
The world's first Google-branded tablet will also reportedly be arriving with a low $US200-$250 price tag, making it a very appealing alternative to the upcoming Amazon Kindle Fire and rumoured 7in Apple iPad Mini.
Google is also expected to debut its recently rebranded Play Store on the new Asus Google tablet, which we're hoping will keep the same stylish design and ultra-thin build quality as Asus' Transformer Prime tablet.
We're still waiting on any official information, so as usual, we'll take the reports with a grain of salt.
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