Last week Google unveiled their new media streaming and games console in the form of the Google Nexus Player which Google then put up for preorder priced at $99 throughout the US.
Unfortunately Google had not yet certified the new Google Nexus Player by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and was later forced to remove their preorder links until the FCC certification had been passed.
Those of you eager to get your hands on one of the new Nexus Player consoles will be pleased to know that over the weekend the Nexus Player arrived at the FCC ready to be certified by the Federal Communications Commission. Suggesting that it will be imminently available to preorder once again via the Google website as before.
To recap the Google Nexus PlayerIs powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom quad-core processor supported by 1 GB of RAM and a Imagination PowerVR Series 6 Graphics 2D/3D Engine, together with 8 GB of internal storage. Other features include an optional wireless gamepad which is priced at $40 together with both 802.11ac WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity.
For more information on the new Google Nexus Player jump over to the Google website for details and check out the video below.
Source: FCCFiled Under: Android News, Gadgets News, Gaming News, Top News