Nexus Q now listed as "In Stock" on Google Play store

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| July 24, 2012

Nexus Q Google Play

Have you been considering picking up the little black orb that its the Nexus Q ever since its introduction at Google I/O last month? If so, the temptation to open your wallet for one likely just grew. The Nexus Q is now listed as "In Stock" on the Google Play store, meaning that interesting customers are now greeted with an "Add to Cart" button when visiting the device's page. Pricing for the Nexus Q is set at $299, and Google says that orders will be delivered in three to five days.

For those that may not know what the Nexus Q is, it's a small device that can stream a user's Google Play content as well as YouTube videos to speakers or a screen. The Q is controlled by a phone or tablet running Android 2.3 or higher and allows for several users to connect and add content to the queue simultaneously. Whether all of that is worth the $299 price of admission is up to you to decide, but you can find the aforementioned "Add to Cart" button waiting to coax your credit card out of its hiding place at the Google Play link below.

Via Android Central, Google Play