Reviews and Problems with Asus Google Nexus 7 - Gen 1 (2012) - 1280x800
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Asus Nexus 7 3G Review
3 February 2014
Summary: The 32GB 3G version of the Asus Nexus 7 costs Rs 21,999, which is much better value for money when compared to a similarly spec’d 3G iPad mini, which costs upwards of Rs 30,000. The Nexus 7 still loses out to the Galaxy Tab 2 though, which is priced at Rs 16,000 and has expandable memory, rear camera and voice call support – something the Nexus 7 lacks. If you’re looking for a tablet for gaming, then the Nexus 7 is the most powerful out of the lot.
Excerpt: Balance. That's the key. Last year's Nexus 7 set the bar for small tablets with just the right balance of features, size, and price. This year, Google and Asus do it again. The new Nexus 7 balances size, performance, and price to hit the perfectly sweet spot for a small tablet.
Excerpt: Google’s blessed Nexus line of stock Android phones now finally includes a tablet big brother. The ASUS produced Nexus 7 will be the first device to ship with Android 4.1 a.k.a. Jelly Bean, which promises a slew of enhancements from previous desert OS iterations — particularly when it comes to speed.
Excerpt: Google’s play in the tablet market is the Nexus 7, a 7-inch screen Android tablet clearly built for on-the-go use and once you play with this one for a while you’ll also see it was truly designed around and for Google Play.
Summary: The Asus Google Nexus 7 has a 1280x800 IPS display coated in "scratch-resistant Corning glass,", as well as a front-facing, 1.2-megapixel camera. The Asus Google Nexus 7 will be powered by a quad-core Tegra 3 processor and 1GB of RAM. Connectivity options include GPS, Bluetooth, 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Micro USB as well as NFC. To top it all off, it will come with a 4325mAh battery and weigh only 340 grams. The price? Just USD 199 for 8GB of storage.
Excerpt: I've been salivating at the thought of getting a Nexus 7 for quite some time, as I really just wanted to test out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Do you remember when the 3DFX Voodoo Banshee video card came out, and it arrived with Half-Life: Day One? I was one of those people that literally rang every single retailer in my state (this was really pre-Internet) to get my hands on it. When I want something, I want it bad. This is how I felt with the Nexus 7.
Excerpt: Google’s Nexus 7 worries me. As an iPad and BlackBerry PlayBook owner, I’ve been snobbish towards genuine Android tablets. Now, and as the Nexus 7 gently lands on my desk, I’ve seen the light. If you’re going to own a tablet, it should be this one. Thin, light and fast, this is everything the upcoming iPad Mini should be. But it’s the unique “Googleness” of the tablet that warms me to it.
Excerpt: So you’ve bought a Google Nexus 7 Android tablet and want to keep it looking shiny and new, right? The Rickshaw Nexus 7 Sleeve will easily do that for you and you can even have it made to your own favorite color specifications. Note: Images can be clicked to view a larger size. San Francisco based Rickshaw Bags will hand make this sleeve with your color choices for the exterior, interior, binding and even the label.
Pros: Simple protective sleeve, Able to customize fabric the colors