Nexus Q
Agenda    Overview    Specifications    Design    Setup    Nexus Q App    Features    User Reviews
Introduction     Media-streaming entertainment    device    Runs in Android 4.0    Introduced by Google in June    2012...
General Specifications    Diameter       -   4.6 inches (116 mm)    Weight         -   2 pounds (923 g)    H/W controls...
Technical Specification    Android Control    - Phone/Tablet           Software    Audio        - Amplifier,     Outputs...
Design    Bocce ball    Innovative design    breaking     out      sharp-angled    dimensions of devices    Flattened,...
Setup    Easy to Setup    Controlled by a Nexus Q App.    Android 2.3 Gingerbread or later    The app connects automat...
Nexus Q App     First Launching App – forces to    connects to the new hardware.    The app automatically picks up the  ...
Communicate with Device    Your Android phone or tablet    controls Nexus Qs via local    Wi-Fi network Ethernet to stre...
LED COLORSRotating Blue                     Single Color –                 Solid Color      Pulsing Slowly    Flashing Yel...
Remote & Direct controls    Use the volume button on your phone or    tablet.    Turn the upper half of the Nexus Q    c...
Streaming    Can set up one or more Nexus Qs,    Use the Google Play Music app to    play music through them    One Nex...
Play YouTube videos              you can stream videos using the         YouTube app              You can still play You...
Invite Friends    You can allow your friends play their own music    through your Nexus Qs    Settings open to guests ...
Sound and Light Show    Play Music and tapped a    streaming media icon on the    top of the screen    In HDTV pretty da...
User Reviews    It doesnt allow users to stream content already    stored in smartphone or Tablet    costlier compared t...
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Nexus Q

  1. 1. Nexus Q
  2. 2. Agenda Overview Specifications Design Setup Nexus Q App Features User Reviews
  3. 3. Introduction Media-streaming entertainment device Runs in Android 4.0 Introduced by Google in June 2012 Introductory price of $299 Spherical shape Launch was postponed
  4. 4. General Specifications Diameter - 4.6 inches (116 mm) Weight - 2 pounds (923 g) H/W controls - Rotating top dome volume control Capacitive touch sensor for mute on/off CPU - OMAP 4460 (dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU and SGX540 graphics core) Memory - 1 GB LPDDR RAM 16GB NAND flash memory OS - Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
  5. 5. Technical Specification Android Control - Phone/Tablet Software Audio - Amplifier, Outputs Stream
  6. 6. Design Bocce ball Innovative design breaking out sharp-angled dimensions of devices Flattened, well-weighted bottom The black orb, with a soft, matte finish Bisected diagonally by a thin ring of LEDs
  7. 7. Setup Easy to Setup Controlled by a Nexus Q App. Android 2.3 Gingerbread or later The app connects automatically to the orb over Bluetooth Wi-Fi password, designating the room Setup less than 2 minutes
  8. 8. Nexus Q App First Launching App – forces to connects to the new hardware. The app automatically picks up the running Nexus Q hardware in a room Established a link by having user log in to their Google account. This app can control multiple Qs on the same network The app by default sets My Home
  9. 9. Communicate with Device Your Android phone or tablet controls Nexus Qs via local Wi-Fi network Ethernet to stream music and videos stream directly from Google Play Nexus Q requires Bluetooth, during setup only Ensure device in range or bluetooth/WiFi turned ON
  10. 10. LED COLORSRotating Blue Single Color – Solid Color Pulsing Slowly Flashing Yellow Flashing Red Rotating Purple Rainbow Colors Blue of Varying Black Stripes intensity
  11. 11. Remote & Direct controls Use the volume button on your phone or tablet. Turn the upper half of the Nexus Q clockwise or Anti-clockwise The LED turns blue while volume is being adjusted, glowing more intensely as it gets louder. To mute or un mute your Nexus Q. touch the LED on its top.
  12. 12. Streaming Can set up one or more Nexus Qs, Use the Google Play Music app to play music through them One Nexus Q Multiple Nexus Qs Each Nexus Q has its own music queue Combine many Nexus Qs at the same time
  13. 13. Play YouTube videos  you can stream videos using the YouTube app  You can still play YouTube videos on your phone or tablet in the usual way  Must connected to a TV with an HDMI cable, and the TV is on  Its not possible to stream more than one Nexus Q at a time.
  14. 14. Invite Friends You can allow your friends play their own music through your Nexus Qs Settings open to guests  On Touch Invite guests. Enter your Friends Email Address Give them the name and password for the Wi-Fi network Turn off guests
  15. 15. Sound and Light Show Play Music and tapped a streaming media icon on the top of the screen In HDTV pretty dancing visuals on the screen LEDs on the edges of the Qs dome also pulsed in color and in time to the music. Dozen themes (e.g. warm, cold, blue), make it brighter or dimmer
  16. 16. User Reviews It doesnt allow users to stream content already stored in smartphone or Tablet costlier compared to Apple TV which costs only $99 Android dependent Less functionality and usability
  17. 17. Queries...

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