Let’s Have a Look at Great Google’s Tablet Nexus 7
Nexus 7 by Google is an amazing tablet that you can have for only $200, but it has been tightly integrated with the Google play and cannot even match the Amazon’s content selection as well as prices for the contending Kindle Fire. These were some of the initial reviews about the gadget which is running on Android OS 4.1, Jelly Bean version. Furthermore, it is more of a Google’s initial stab at a home-produced slate and has been admired a lot by the users, but it does come up short in different key areas.
Reviewing The Specs
The Nexus 7 was announced by Google in the last week and that was during Google’s annual conference that took place in San Francisco.
The gadget has been incorporated with a 7” display, with resolutions of 1280-by-800 at 216 pixels per inch, 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 8GB or even 16GB storage capacity, 1 GB RAM, 12-core GeForce GPU, and a 1.2 GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. The gadget weighs approximately 0.75 pounds and is offered for only $200.
Google integrated the Jelly Bean version which happens to be a lot smoother and responsive as compared to the prior version of Android with a patch up which is known as ‘Project Butter.’ It has been agreed by most of the users that the Jelly Bean version on the Nexus 7 device happens to be a great improvement as compared to the prior Android incarnations. The applications on the device load briskly and quickly and the Tegra chipset provides stunning results to the users.
The gadget may be marked as another black gagdet in the long range of black tablets, but this one has a lot going for it on the front end. The Nexus 7 has a leather-like rubber casing on its back. Although it is the rubber but it has been nicely and properly textured. This makes the entire design of the device comfortable and appealing. The gadget is light in weight as compared to the Kindle Fire.
Users have been admiring the 7-inches1280-by-800 display, which displays text clearly as well as the images and graphics appear good. However, some state that the colors are more of a washed out when weighed against the device. However, Nexus 7 does not support Retina display quality just as the iPad which is the third generation device.
Nexus 7 has an amazing screen, smooth navigation, zippy responsiveness, but there has been some bummers noticed about the gadget. Mostly people do not like the fact that Google itself is supporting the internal storage, without any microSD slot, which happens to be a standardized feature for most of the Android based gadgets. It also lacks HDMI support as people will not be able to put up the display on larger screens. Furthermore, the rear-facing camera happens to be a letdown and it has been configured for portrait view only as default, with no other options for the landscape mode if the gadget is turned.
The bummers are still there, but if you are considering an Android device within your budget then opting for Nexus 7 is not a bad idea!
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