The Nexus 7 tablet by Google equipped with the new Android 4.2 OS has much to offer even as competition is warming up with the launch of new products featuring various usability options. The Nexus 7 is now offered with 16GB memory, as standard at a price of 199 USD while the 32GB version of the tablet is available at 249 USD. The 32GB version is optionally offered along with HSPA+ at a price of 299 USD.
The addition of the HSPA+ in the tablet gives the Nexus 7 an edge over various other tablet offerings. On the comfort front, the leathery grip featured by the tablet’s back makes it arguably one of the most comfortable hand held tablet. When held in portrait mode, the Nexus 7 with its thin left and right bezels sits perfectly in your hand, while the thicker top and bottom edges act as comfy supports.
The 7-inch tablet s equipped with a 1.3GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and 1GB of RAM along with a 1,280 x 800 resolution display. Though the display screen is reportedly not as glossy and vibrant as that of the Kindle Fire HD or the Nook HD tablets, but outperforms the Apple iPad Mini offering sharper and richer text and images. The screen also works well with 1080p videos thanks to its high pixel density.
With the Android 4.2 OS and various additions made by Google in terms of applications and interface, the tablet offers much more than its earlier version. The new apps by Google integrated as default in the tablet are intended to enable a richer user experience. Some of the new features added by Google such as the ‘Google Now’, the ‘Gesture Type’ and ‘Daydreams’ are sure to impress with their real time applications and utility.
The Nexus 7 has been hailed by many as the best tablet in the market in terms of utility and great value. It has even been compared directly with the iPad Mini which wins hands down in terms of performance and battery life. However, the price comparison of the tablets makes you think twice. Paying more than double the amount of bucks for a ‘relatively’ better iPad Mini tablet is something only the highly affluent can think about.
So, check out this value-for-money tablet as soon as you can lay hands on one, and don’t forget to try out the Nimbuzz experience which is bound to be superb with its rich text and images on the 1,280 x 800 display screen. Keep us posted about whatever works for you!
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