ASUS Google Nexus 7 Android Tablet

September 8, 2013 - Comment

Get your Jelly Bean. Introducing the world’s first Android 4.1 Tablet with the Jelly Bean OS. Featuring a 7″ IPS Screen, Jelly Bean makes this tablet revolutionary with 20 new features. Everything glides with new quad-core processor using NVIDIA technology. The Nexus brand represents a premium Android-based device that delivers the best Google experience available

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Get your Jelly Bean. Introducing the world’s first Android 4.1 Tablet with the Jelly Bean OS. Featuring a 7″ IPS Screen, Jelly Bean makes this tablet revolutionary with 20 new features. Everything glides with new quad-core processor using NVIDIA technology.

The Nexus brand represents a premium Android-based device that delivers the best Google experience available on tablet. It’s the confluence of the latest software and state-of-the-art hardware and represents a literal nexus of digital life. Nexus 7 is Google’s latest Nexus experience device and the first tablet to feature Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It combines the best of both Google and ASUS design, with the most advanced software from Google paired with cutting edge ASUS hardware.

Nexus 7 was created for mobile gamers. With an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, everything is faster – pages load quickly, gameplay is smooth and responsive, and running multiple apps is a breeze. A 12-core GeForce GPU delivers advanced graphics while the patented 4-PLUS-1 CPU design gives you maximum performance when you need it and power efficiency when battery conservation is the priority.

With heart-pounding quad-core performance, a responsive 10-finger multi-touch screen, plus gyroscope and accelerometer sensing, you can barrel roll, tilt, touch, and tap your way to the top of the leaderboards while exploring over 600,000 apps and games available on Google Play.

Nexus 7 comes with all your favorite Google Apps, like Gmail, Chrome, Google+, and YouTube, putting the best of Google in the palm of your hand. Easy to use, everything automatically syncs across your tablet, smartphone, and computer. With tons of free cloud storage and features you’ll find nowhere else, Nexus 7 brings the best of Google together in one streamlined and beautiful device.

1GB RAM ASUS TruVivid technology with Corning Fit Glass for improved color clarity

Product Features

  • With over 8 hours of HD video playback, 10 hours of web browsing, and 10 hours of e-reading, Nexus 7 is designed to go the distance.
  • The world FIRST Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet
  • World’s first 7 quad-core tablet delivers an advanced multimedia experience with up to 9.5* hours of battery life.
  • World’s best NFC experience on a tablet with a textured tactile design for enhanced comfort measuring just 10.45mm thin and 340g light
  • 16GB Flash MemoryNVIDIA Tegra3 Quad-Core, 1.2 GHz

 

Comments

Kyle says:

Perfection! Words fail me on how much I love this tablet. I will say I’m slightly Google-biased, as I’ve owned Android phones before they were cool (and since), I use all their services (including Google+. Yes, there are people on there), and Google sent me a FREE Chromebook to beta-test it a year or two ago. So, yeah, I’m a little biased… =)BUT, I’ve waited to buy a tablet. There’s 2 iPads (both 3rd gen) in our house, and I do like them, they’re worth the $500. However, it’s not fun to just play with it. You need apps. Then, apps aren’t really fun unless you get the paid version. Then, a $500 tablet becomes $50 dollars more, just to get some basic apps and games! Plus, it’s cumbersome and weighty, so if you’re playing a game, you’ll be sitting it in your lap within 5 minutes.The Nexus 7 has NONE of those problems.1. It’s $250. (Yes, I paid $275 for the one here, but I’m a Prime member and I have a store card here, so it made sense to buy from Amazon). It is…

A. Dent "Aragorn" says:

Nexus 7 vs. Kindle Fire HD (updated) _______________________________________________NOV 29 UPDATE:Google just announced upgraded Nexus 7 tablets to be available on Nov 13. You will be able to get a 32GB Nexus 7 for the price of the current 16GB model.NOTE:My initial review was a Nexus 7 vs. the first generation Kindle Fire and the Nexus was a clear winner. I have now updated my review for the Fire HD. It’s a close call but the Nexus’ 4-core CPU and its pure Android, more open makeup make it my preferred 7-incher. However, the rest of my family prefers the Fire HD because it’s such a great dedicated (Amazon) media consumption pad._______________________________________________We’ve been using a Kindle Fire since September 2011 (pre-ordered) and I am happy we ordered ours. Soon after purchase it was adopted by our daughter. She is using it to draw and paint, she watches Netflix for Kids on it, she learned how to search Youtube for arts and crafts ‘how to’…

D.L.C says:

A few issues, but overall a good intro tablet Updated News as of April 3rd:Google is set to release the 2nd edition of the Nexus 7 in July 2013. Resolution is expected to be bumped up to 1920 x 1080, new Qualcomm Snapdragon processor for increased speed, 2 gigs of RAM, a back camera, and for the cellular plan, LTE. Pricing rumors haven’t been released. So, if you can wait a few months, it’s probably best to see what Google has in store for the Nexus 7 Second Edition before buying the currently offered Nexus 7.End of Update.Full Disclosure:I own an iPad 3 and an iTouch and a four, going on five year old Motorola dumb phone.I’m not going deep into hardware specs, you can read other reviews for that.[EDIT FOR NEWEST GOOGLE PRESS RELEASE]On October 29th, Google released the updated Nexus 7. The ONLY things that changed was that the 8gb version was discontinued, the 16gb version dropped to $199 and the 32gb version was released for $249 (both available…

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