The Nexus Q was announced at I/O as kind of a social sharing device. While I am not sure there is a justification for the $299 price tag, the thing is fully unlocked and hackable. A couple weeks into the Q being out in the wild the device is running CM9 with bluetooth and wifi connecting. There are some other bugs that are being worked out. If you were at I/O or if you bought this device and want an actual interface to use on screen then check the video below and get excited for future bug fixes and releases.
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