What an impressive device to say the least. When it comes to speed this little 7 inch tablet almost cannot be beat. In addition, after a few hours of use the battery is yet to waiver. When you look at the reviews of this tablet online and you actually get a chance to use it for yourself — you begin to see why there is such a large uproar surrounding this device. Google and ASUS have certainly drafted a winner here. Despite the shipping issues, many preorders have gone to their respective homes and once opened it is a hard device to put down.
I stumbled upon a comment on a blog post where one Apple fan commented incorrectly that the Google Nexus 7 is running a phone operating system. Ice Cream Sandwich and Jellybean alike are designed to be optimized for tablet or handset use, making one operating system great for all resolutions and screen sizes.
Bottom line: This is an excellent media consumption device and it gets my full seal of approval. Honestly, if you go Android there is no other way to go than Nexus. Also, if you can read this then the Nexus 7 must be decent at handling blog posts.
The Google Nexus 7 has been the biggest tablet release of the year. This product sports Android 4.1 JellyBean, a quad core processor, 12 graphics cores, scratch resistant glass all for $250 or less. So, there is no wonder why all of those who pre-ordered cannot take the wait any longer.
The aspect of the pre-order that seems to anger those who participated are that eager buyers went directly into Sam’s Club and came out with a device the same day. I actually ordered my device on the day it was announced during Google I/O (along with millions more) and yet I am still patiently waiting the arrival of my Nexus 7.
Bottom line: Some are mad — however, there is nothing that we can do except wait for our beautiful game-changing 7 inch tablets to arrive at our doorstep. In addition, calling the Play Store 1(855)836-3987 will lead you to a message informing that pre-orders are indeed shipping. Realize that once you have this device in your hands, all of the turmoil will instantly leave.
Everything that you could have ever wanted in a 7 inch tablet is here. What is that, you mat ask?
Quad-core Tegra 3 1.5 GHz processor
12 core GPU
1 GB RAM
1200×800 HD display (216 ppi) on scratch resistant corning glass
4325 mAH battery
$199 starting price tag for 8 GB model ($249 for 16 GB model)
Some are calling this an Apple iPad killer, others are calling it an Amazon Kindle Fire killer, I am calling it a staple in the tablet market with an unmatched experience that is topped off by Google Play. When Google first switched the Market to the Play Store confusion was in every corner of the Android world; however, with Play Books, Play Movies, and Play Music on Android devices we saw how it could be tied all together. We all know that tablets are media consumption devices and what better way to consume media than Google Play.
The Nexus 7 is built by one of the leading tablet manufacturers for Google, Asus, so the hardware is not lacking in any area. In addition, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) really shines; taking Android to the next level. This latest software iteration introduces Chrome as the default browser, new notification interactions and takes full advantage of Google’s Project Butter, which focuses on the operating systems responsiveness — as if Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich wasn’t fast enough, this next iteration is blazing fast.
Bottom line: Getting the Nexus 7 really isn’t a choice if you are an Android purist and want a seamless device. However, if you are in the tablet market for the first time this $200 (8 GB version) is well worth every penny and has the specs to keep up for a while! In addition, for a limited time with purchase receive $25 of credit to spend in Google Play, other free content, and it includes a copy of Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Buy the Nexus 7 [HERE]
Tech for the masses, meant to empower, educate and inform by Dexter Johnson.