Google Nexus Q

alaTest a collecté et analysé 17 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Google Nexus Q. La note moyenne du produit est 2.5 sur 5, tandis que les autres produits de même catégorie ont une note moyenne de 4.3 sur 5. De nombreux avis apprécient le design mais de nombreux avis sont moins positifs sur l'ergonomie.

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valeur, taille, utilisabilité, fiabilité

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres produits de même catégorie, le Google Nexus Q obtient un alaScore™ de 84/100 = Très Bien.

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Avis d'expert par : Tim Stevens (engadget.com)

Nexus Q review: Google's mysterious little social streamer

 

When setting up a gadget for review, delicately unboxing and smelling the carcinogenic whiff of freshly molded plastics, we typically feel some amount of

Stunning design ; High-quality audio output ; Plenty of connectivity options

Limited functionality ; Can only access Google Play content ; Can only be controlled by Android devices

Google's curious little media streamer is a beauty to behold but offers an unfortunate combination of high price and limited functionality.

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

Google Nexus Q

 

Google's Nexus Q is a good-looking media hub, but its meager app selection and reliance on Android devices don't come close to justifying its high price.

Attractively designed. Built-in amp. Integrates well with Android Music and YouTube apps. NFC app link is handy (assuming your Android device supports NFC).

Expensive. Requires an Android smartphone or tablet to work. Can't play video stored on your Android device. No Netflix or Hulu Plus. No streaming audio apps.

More Media Hub Reviews:• Nvidia Shield TV (2017)• DirecTV Now• Google Chromecast Ultra• Amazon Fire TV Stick With Alexa Voice Remote• Roku Ultra• more

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Michael Calore (wired.com)

Review: Google Nexus Q

 

Google's media streamer is a visual and tactile joy, and a marvel of engineering. But beauty is only skin-deep, and the Nexus Q's functionality is...

Hot looks — the 4.6-inch black sphere with a ring of dancing rainbow LEDs is beautiful to behold. Built-in amp delivers 12.5 watts at 8 ohms per channel, and sounds excellent through a variety of speakers. App support goes back to Android 2.3. It’s...

Lack of support for popular software platforms, hardware devices and streaming apps limits the experience. Three hundred dollars is a big turn-off. Google Play TV and Movies app needs work. Setup is not smooth and easy, requires R-ing of TFM. The...

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Bryan Bishop (theverge.com)

Google Nexus Q review

 

Google's media streamer is here to entertain... but who's the audience?

Whimsical, attractive hardware design ; YouTube streaming works great ; Painless pairing process

Only works with Google Music, Play Store content, and YouTube ; Confusing control scheme ; Poor video quality with buffering issues

Juin 2012

Avis d'expert par : Matthew Moskovciak (cnet.com)

Google Nexus Q: Striking hardware, but little functionality

 

Google's mysterious, glowing orb for your home theater just doesn't do enough to justify its $300 price.

The ; features a truly unique, spherical design with glowing LEDs that respond to music that's playing. It streams content directly from Google Play Music, Google Play TV & Movies, and YouTube, using an Android phone or tablet as the controller....

The Nexus Q is very expensive and doesn't stream from any non-Google services like Netflix, Pandora, Spotify, MLB.TV, or Amazon Instant, nor can it stream content from your own PC or DLNA server. It also requires an Android smartphone or tablet to...

The Nexus Q's striking, orblike hardware can't outweigh the extreme limitations of this Android-only, Google-only media streamer.

Juin 2012

Avis d'expert par : Yardena Arar (pcworld.com)

Google Nexus Q Hands-On Review: The Buggy Streaming Story

 

Editor's note: This is the second part of a two-part first look at the Google Nexus Q media streamer. You can read about the unboxing and setup experience in the first part.

Avis d'expert par (laptopmag.com)

Google Nexus Q

 

The Nexus Q is really nothing like Apple TV, Roku and Boxee, both in terms of design and functionality. Yes, you can stream music, movies and YouTube from the cloud. But Google's first home entertainment device goes its own way with a stunning orb...

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Clint DeBoer (audioholics.com)

Google Nexus Q Media Streaming Player Preview

 

It's been (semi)widely known that Google was getting into the media streaming box business. This week they leaked a page on their Google Play website for the Google Nexus Q streaming media device.

Juin 2012

Avis d'expert par : William O'Neal (techradar.com)

Google Nexus Q review

 

Google's Nexus Q is cool looking, but how does it perform?

Cool design ; Built-in 25-watt amp ; Easy to setup ; Boasts extreme "hack-ability

Extremely expensive ; Doesn't stream non-Google apps like Netflix, Pandora, MLB.TV, or Hulu Plus ; Only works with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean devices

Google is obviously taking shots at Apple and their iOS and Apple TV solution. That said, the Nexus Q is a whopping $299 (through the Google Play store). That's a lot to pay for a device that essentially does less than competing solutions.

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Chris Burns (slashgear.com)

Google Nexus Q Review

 

This week we're having a look at the Nexus Q, a Google device released during the 2012 Google I/O developers conference both for free to all attendees and for $299 to anyone wanting to buy one from home from the Google Play store. This device is a...

Once the floodgates open, the Nexus Q will be capable of so very many things that it’ll be on every developer’s holiday season wish list without a doubt. The device feels great physically, only has a few software-related issues here before its big...

Juil. 2012
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