Judging from the massive response its received earlier last week, Google's official Android tablet (manufactured by Asus) is due to catch wreck on the market once it hits stores later this month. The promise of Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) sounds rewarding, with many tech experts claiming the device's performance and gaming experience are beyond compare. It's 1280-by-800 display generates beautiful graphics and pulls fast benchmarks. In addition, its $200 price tag places it in serious contention with the Kindle Fire and "new" iPad. Google's creepin' on the come up.