A new generation of tablet is on the horizon, and Google is working to make them more kid-friendly with its newest tablet.

With the launch of the Nexus 10, Google will be bringing its tablet line up to a new level, bringing in some of the best features and features for kids.

Google’s new tablet comes in at $399.99, and it’s the first device from Google to have the ability to run Android.

It’s also the first tablet to come in a plastic shell.

While Google hasn’t released a list of the tablet’s features yet, we know that there will be some very good features on this new tablet, including an Android-based speaker and a built-in accelerometer and gyroscope.

The speaker is capable of producing some very impressive sounds, while the gyro can be used to track the position of your finger, and the accelerometer is a great way to help kids learn faster.

While it may seem like the Nexus is a tablet for kids, Google has also made a number of tablets with some Android features, including a “smart keyboard,” a tablet with Google Assistant on it, and a tablet that’s the “next generation” of Google’s tablet line.

So, while we don’t know much about the new Nexus, we do know that it’s definitely going to be a kid’s tablet.

Google is also bringing a new kind of camera to the Nexus lineup, called the Pixel C. With a 4K camera that can shoot 1080p video, the Pixel will be able to do some really cool stuff, like take some great pictures of your dog and then upload them to Instagram or share them with your friends.

Google also has another tablet that is a good addition to the Android tablet lineup.

Called the Nexus 9, the tablet will come in black and white, and will cost $399 for a 64GB model.

The Nexus 9 has an impressive feature set, including its dual cameras, fingerprint scanner, and some cool camera modes.

While it will be a tablet, it will also have a stylus that will let you take a photo of the screen, and then share it on your social networks, such as Facebook and Instagram.

Google says that the Nexus will be available in October, with an expected launch date of December 2017.

The tablet will be powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.