Google recently announced the Galaxy Nexus 7 tablet. I want it. So I'm reading anything that has to do with it.

I came across this interesting article about how the tablet was developed in four months and how Google gave ASUS their OWN FUCKING BUILDING to build it. But that's not the best part in my opinion. Google took a very "Steve Jobs" approach to building this thing. Specify your goal and work toward it. The tablet had to be lighter than 350g, less than 11mm thick, and the part that's really "Steve Jobs" worthy, "It had to feel great in your hands."

The difference between Steve and Google? A team effort rather than a dictatorship style of leading. Is it better? Worse? We'll see when I get this sucka!

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/07/02/how-the-nexus-7-came-to-be/