Google’s Nexus 10
tablet didn’t get the big New York event and debut the company wanted because of Hurricane Sandy’s timing
, but Google
has launched a TV ad campaign to market the 10-inch tablet
and show off its user-friendliest features.
The lighthearted video ad features a young couple that is expecting their first baby and follows them through the pregnancy, from ogling the black and white sonogram to choosing a name to the arrival of the little one.
In it, Google weaves in several of its prized features. Right away, we see that the two parents-to-be each have user accounts on the same Nexus 10, and--spoiler alert--the video ends with them adding an account for the baby, too. (Aw.) We also see them using Google+, reading books and watching movies from the Google Play Store, using the Swype keyboard, viewing the calendar (get used to that sort of thing happening a lot from now on, new Dad), doing Google+ Hangouts, and performing voice-controlled Google searches.
The WiFi-only Nexus 10 runs Android Jelly Bean 4.2 and comes in 16GB ($399) and 32GB ($499) configurations; it’s available for purchase from the Google Play store.