Although the Nexus 7 is not even been released on the market, the $199 Android tablet was thoroughly taken apart and separated into its components. The low-cost tablet comes with the latest technology and is equipped with an HD display, a quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM. Also supplied is always the most current version of Android and the tablet you can now call the price-performance leader.
Shortly after the presentation, Google announced that it will take the Nexus 7 and it does not profit by selling only its own costs. The statement was also now a third source confirmed that was calculated using the individual components of the production cost for a device. The 8GB version of the Google tablets in production costs $184 and still not have the cost of marketing, logistics, engineering, sales and many more. This means, unfortunately, that no other hardware vendors such tablets can itself off the ground and thus the Nexus 7 is currently remains an isolated case.
The larger version with 16GB of data storage for the additional cost double memory only for $10 in production, but in selling additional $50 required. Consequently, the profit and loss for the two devices will most likely cover