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At its I/O keynote Wednesday, the company unveiled Nexus Q, a sleek streaming-media sphere thatís 4.6 inches in diameter and looks like pop art. Nearly devoid of outward-facing controls, Nexus Q is a puzzle ó a satin-coated curio that begs to be touched and examined. But when you gaze into this mysterious black ball that crackles with light, you donít see the future but rather blasts from the past: a return to speaker-driven audio, along with all the real-time social sharing that vinyl once inspired.
Nexus Q, which begins shipping in July for $300, grants fully provisioned DJ rights to anyone carrying an Android device within Wi-Fi range.