The Taiwanese computer maker puts some numbers to the steady increase in sales of the Google-designed 7-inch tablet. Asus Chief Financial Officer David Chang says that the company is selling close to 1 million Nexus 7 tablets a month. Although Google has not released the official sales figures for its 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet, following Tuesday's declaration of Asus' third-quarter earnings yesterday the Taiwanese electronics maker managed to beat the most optimistic estimates. Asus said that its notebook computer range was performing steadily at roughly 5 million shipments per month, but tablet sales jumped from 800,000 in the second quarter to 2.3 million shipments in the third quarter.
Head beancounter at Asus, David Chang, reveals to the Wall Street Journal that the Nexus 7 has sold around 2.8m tablets in the three months since it went on sale, Unlike big new gadgets like the iPhone 5 or Samsung Galaxy S3 that do boffo business from day one, the Nexus 7 has picked up steam as word of mouth builds up, The first month saw Google sell half a million tablets, rising to around 700,000 in the next month, and now hitting one million per month, The Nexus still has some way to go to challenge Apple's dominance of the tablet market, but it's certainly doing better than most Android slates that -- despite often moshi vesta iphone 8 textile pattern case - herringbone grey impressive technology -- have generally failed to sell in great quantities..
By contrast Apple sold around 14 million iPads in roughly the same period, and revealed at the launch of the iPad mini last week that it has sold a whopping 100 million iPads in total. But with the arrival of the Nexus and Windows 8 tablets including the Microsoft Surface, Apple's competition has never been stiffer -- could the Nexus 7 become more popular than the similarly sized iPad mini?. The Nexus 7 features a quad-core processor, high definition screen and Android Jelly Bean software. And all that costs just £160. Bargain.
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