Google Thinks The New Nexus 7 Will Make Middle School Less Awkward


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Did you hear? Google finally unveiled the new Nexus 7 during an event this morning. The successor to last year's Nexus 7 comes with a number of hardware and software enhancements, but the real benefit comes in the form of making our children's lives easier.

As part of the Nexus 7 reveal, Google shared an ad that shows how the new Nexus 7 can make the life of a young boy struggling with public speaking just a little bit easier. Using the tablet, he can read books on the subject, watch The King's Speech and listen to Franklin D. Roosevelt's famous speech on fear. Sure, he could do all these things with other tools, but the Nexus 7 is the all-in-one device for all your awkward teenage needs.

This ad is the latest in a string of Nexus 7 ads that shows how living in Google's world can help make you more artistic or imaginative.

The new Nexus 7 will be released in two models on July 30 with the 16GB costing $229 and the 32GB costing $269. A 4G LTE capable Nexus 7 will launch in the coming weeks for $349.