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ASUS + Google Nexus 7


Operating System

The Nexus 7 is Google’s very first Nexus tablet. Built in conjunction with ASUS, the Nexus 7 tablet has an incredibly great set of specs. Not only that, but the Nexus 7 comes as the first Android device ever to run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

  • Jagalaxy

    More information would be helpful like how devices compare to each other counter parts and also where to find products have it be by a or outright for those who like to skip the middle man and get their updates on time, and average going price would help if you really want this to take off thanks for it anyways

  • Lindsey

    I’m loving my nexus 7. Form factor is great. I I’m coming from using the galaxy tab 10.1 and like the smaller size.

    High end games get eaten by this thing.

    Usb port seems oddly positioned for some chargers bug still works well.

  • Daniel

    Came from an ipad 2 and regretted the size at first but it has really grown on me. It’s the perfect size for reading in bed etc. The app selection is still lacking in some areas and it would be nice if we could purchase music, movies and TV shows but that should be rectified in the near future. Jellybean is awesome, as is Google Now. A step in the right direction for Android.

  • Josh Wines

    No longer is my tablet experience a boring one! Coming from the original iPad (sssh, it was a gift :P) the 7″ form factor really suits my needs. It’s so manageable and fits in the hand perfectly, as well as the pocket of my jacket so it is easy to cart around.

    Jelly Bean is an awesome update to ICS. The tablet is blazing fast (though this is based from having a Nexus S), jumping between apps is so easy and quick, and the bigger screen is so much nicer to use than the phone.

    I was a bit sceptical of the screen resolution given the latest iPad 3’s (that’s what I’m calling it) “Retina” display but it is still extremely good and exceeded my expectations.