Slope: iPad and Nexus Tablet Stand

Well this sucks big time. I mean literally, the Slope ($55-$59) tablet stand actually sucks to your table and your tablet. This simple accessory is made from aerospace grade aluminum, and has two nanofoam pads affixed to its aluminum base, one gripping the backside of the tablet, the other gripping the surface of the desk underneath. It’s all about the suction. Hey, can someone introduce designer Erik Kittlaus to my girlfriend?

Google Nexus 10 Tablet

The Google Nexus 10 (starts at $399) is the company’s first 10-inch tablet, and as Jessie Jane can probably tell you, your first 10-inch anything is always cause for celebration. What?!  I was referring to her first 10-inch Barbie! The Nexus 10’s 2560 x 1600 pixel Super PLS display could be one of the most vivid out there, and a noteworthy new feature lets you customize the tablet for separate users while still using the same account. And again, 10… big… inches.

Google Nexus 4 by LG

There’s a little bit of pizzazz with the Google Nexus 4, and to my surprise, it’s not on the front of the phone. Baby got back! More specifically, baby got etched, layered glass that sparkles as if a unicorn sneezed on it–back. The front ain’t shabby either, with a very big  4.7-inch 1280 x 768 IPS display and chrome edging. Google says the 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor is the fastest on the market. What’s not the fastest is the lack of LTE support, but still, with unicorn spray to keep your eyes entranced on the back, you can live with that.

Google Nexus 7 Tablet by Asus

If you prefer apple in your pie and only in your pie, the Google Nexus 7 from Asus is the tablet for you. The 7-inch slate will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and the 8GB version will only set you back a modest $199. The guts of the device – quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1280 x 800 IPS display, 1.2-megapixel camera, and 1GB of RAM – are more than sufficient for your needs–as long as your needs don’t include seeing a once-bitten apple on the backside.

Nexus Q Streaming Media Player

Getting all that music and video from the cloud to your living room no longer requires the strenuous efforts of a fanciful-yet-surprisingly-heterosexual pixie. Google’s Nexus Q streaming media player ($299 for 16GB) uses your Android smartphone or tablet along with Google Play to stream your stuff to your TV, sound system, or a pair of speakers. You can also hook up with your friends’ droid device to create playlists and such. And hey, when your buddy sees the 22 Whitesnake songs in your library (Whitesnake had 22 songs!?), don’t apologize; stand tall.