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-[* black] As quoted by [http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/07/darpas-secret-spy-machine/|Wired], " The Pentagon’s top researchers have rushed a classified and controversial intelligence program... Known as Nexus 7,” and previously undisclosed as a war-zone surveillance effort, it ties together everything from spy radars to fruit prices"
-[* black] Ok, so this Nexus 7 is the new tablet technology, not a secret pentagon initiative, but it feels pretty stealth and versatile for $200 of machine.
+[* black] When we first heard about the Nexus 7, we assumed it was the [http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/07/darpas-secret-spy-machine/|secret Pentagon program]: "A controversial intelligence program... known as Nexus 7, previously undisclosed as a war-zone surveillance effort, it ties together everything from spy radars to fruit prices"
+[* black] But this Nexus 7 is from [http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Security/Google-the-Ultimate-Private-Intelligence-Agency-Is-Raising-EUs-Ire-665978/|the other intelligence agency], Google. Even though it's not a secret pentagon initiative, it does feel pretty stealth and versatile for $200.
[* black] The white back of our Nexus proves it was an I/O original.
[* black] A headphone jack and micro USB are found on the bottom of the Nexus 7.