Made by Asus, the Google Nexus 7 is a brand new Android-powered tablet that has been the subject of much excitement and speculation. It is available with internal storage amounts of 8GB or 16GB and includes 1GB or RAM for speedy and reliable performance while browsing the web or using any number of apps. It is built with quality and should appeal to any individual who enjoys the Android platform.
It is not meant to compete with Apple’s iPad for a number of reasons but can certainly hold its own against fellow Android tablets, particularly Amazon’s Kindle Fire. The device is conveniently priced starting at $199 but can be purchased even cheaper with a Newegg coupon. It contains exceptional features and hardware that essentially make it a wise purchase for anyone in the market for a tablet who doesn’t want to spend the money on an iPad.
All in all, the Google Nexus 7 is certainly worth the money and may be the shining star of all Android devices released in 2012. If you are in the market for a new tablet, do you think the Nexus 7 would suit all of your needs?
Renee G. is a lifelong bowler, animals lover and loves heavy metal music. She has a great love of writing, especially in the area of tech gadgets.
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