Google cuts off the price of the Nexus Player

Jeffrey van de Velde
By Jeffrey van de Velde
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Looking for a better way to consume media? Then you can pick up the Nexus Player, the first Android TV set-top box, from the Google store for just $79 ($20 off). We aren’t sure if this price cut is permanent or not, but it stays a great deal.

The discount comes just a few days before Google I/O starts, interestingly enough. We didn’t see any rumors about a new Nexus Player, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re going to launch a new Android TV-powered set-top box at Google I/O.

Just to make it totally clear, the Nexus Player comes with the set-top box and a remote control. If you want the Nexus Player Gamepad you need to pay $40 more. If you’re looking to save even more money, you can look over at Amazon for a price around $73.

Interested? Head over to the Google Store to buy it.

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The Google I/O is on the 28th and 29th of May, and we’ll make a full report about everything that happened, so come and see it!

Thank you for reading this, I hope you liked it! As always from me #NeverSettle for anything less than the best and latest news. Come back as more awesome news will be online soon!

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Looking for a better way to consume media? Then you can pick up the Nexus Player, the first Android TV set-top box, from the Google store for just $79 ($20 off). We aren’t sure if this price cut is permanent or not, but it stays a great deal.

The discount comes just a few days before Google I/O starts, interestingly enough. We didn’t see any rumors about a new Nexus Player, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re going to launch a new Android TV-powered set-top box at Google I/O.

Just to make it totally clear, the Nexus Player comes with the set-top box and a remote control. If you want the Nexus Player Gamepad you need to pay $40 more. If you’re looking to save even more money, you can look over at Amazon for a price around $73.

Interested? Head over to the Google Store to buy it.

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The Google I/O is on the 28th and 29th of May, and we’ll make a full report about everything that happened, so come and see it!

Thank you for reading this, I hope you liked it! As always from me #NeverSettle for anything less than the best and latest news. Come back as more awesome news will be online soon!

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Hello everyone, Welcome at one of my articles or just at my profile. I hope you enjoy reading our articles. We really want to thank you for supporting us! So, a bit more about myself. My name is Jeffrey, I live in the Netherlands and I'm 17 years old at this moment.I love everything about tech, if you've got a question you can always hit me up at my True-Tech email address. Cheers! Jeffrey [email protected]
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