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Nexus 7 Tablet Review

  1. 1. Nexus 7 Tablet ReviewNexus 7 Tablet ReviewNexus 7 TabletThe Nexus 7 Tablet is one of the best Android tablets sold at a very competitive price. It is theresult of the attempt by Google to marry the company’s popular Andoid OS with the quality ofhardware it deserves. Google contacted Asus for their table and the pair reworked the exteriorand came up with something they were happy with,The Nexus 7 Tablet comes with Tegra 3 chipset, a great screen, lightweight and functional.What more could we want?On the bright side, it’s easily the best tablet available for the price. A stellar screen, greatchipset, and a wide open ecosystem. Nexus tablets offer a very clean Android experience, withno bloatware or restrictions. You have also access to the Play Store, the most robust of allecosystems and you can get the NOOK app as well as many Amazon apps from the Play StoreThe screen is a 1,280 x 800 IPS panel, with a pixel density of 216ppi – not up with the iPad buthigher than any smaller tablet we’ve seen. It’s pretty sharp and readable, and it makes moviewatching very enjoyable with a good set of headphones, and games run fine. .The speaker onthe rear is listenable but not particularly loud or full-sounding, so headphones to hand aredesirableBooks can be read with large text and a nice page-turn animation, and they’re perfectlyreadable, so you might consider this tablet as an alternative to the Kindle. 1/3
  2. 2. Inside, Asus has installed one of the latest quad-core 1.3GHz Tegra 3 chips and 1GB of RAM,so this is a blisteringly fast device. The Nexus 7 effortlessly ran every app we threw at it,including the intensive Shadowgun and the oddly demanding Angry Birds Space, andeverything about the main OS feels smooth and responsive.The battery life is hugely important and Asus has squeezed in a non-removable 4,325mAhbattery. Duting some teststhe Nexus 7 ran dry after 8hrs 48mins running a video on loop at halfbrightness with Wi-Fi disabled. That isn’t anywhere near the best in its field, but it’s perfectlyacceptable for a travelling device.Some missing points are the following: .There is no camera on the rear and this , leaves you with only a pretty middling 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera. There are no card slots to add memory; so you should pays attention not to buy a model with too little memory (currently you can choose 8GB or 16GB or 32 GB)The Jelly Bean Android, instead of the kind of reskins we’ve come to expect from HTCand Samsung, s as clean as Android gets.There are three main controls at the bottom of every screen (back, home and recent apps) andan iOS-style row of favourite apps above that. The excellent Google Chrome browser is loadedas standard even if manufacturers can stick to the old Android browser if they wish. Alongsidequick shortcuts for various types of media, there’s now also a useful expandable folder for yourfavourite apps.A Video Review of the Nexus 7 TabletYou can watch below a video review on the Nexus 7 TabletConclusionsThe Nexus 7 is a powerful, well built tablet with a better screen than you’d expect for the price,Asus and Google’s Nexus 7 sets the new gold standard for budget tablets. 2/3
  3. 3. There is a strong demand for this tablet and often it is difficult to find it in shops, but you can purchase it online from Amazon Click here for the Nexus 7 offers at Amazon UK Click here for the Nexus 7 offers at Amazon US Click here for the Nexus 7 offers at Amazon IT References Nexus 7 Review by PC Pro The Best Cheap Android Tablets by the AndroidAuthority 3/3Powered by TCPDF (