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Review: Google Nexus 7 Tablet (2nd Generation)

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Posted August 20, 2013 by in Asus

Rating

Price / Value
A+


Build Quality
A


Style
A+


Performance
A


Total Score
A+

14/ 14

Summary

Brand:
 
OS:
 
Screen Size: 7 inches
 
Included Accessories: Wall Charger, Micro USB to USB Charging Cable
 
Website: Google.com/nexus/7
 
Price: $229 for 16GB Wi-Fi & $269 for 32GB Wi-Fi
 

Pros:

Great 1080p Display, Android 4.3 is Smooth, Additional Camera, Stereo Speakers, Great price
 

Cons:

Mic isn't very good, Speakers sound a bit tinny
 

I really like this new Nexus 7, it improves on basically every area of the old version. That’s not to say the old version is bad or obsolete, but this one just is a very nice improvement. It’s biggest draws are the 1920 by 1200 pixels, 1080p, 323ppi display. And yes, this display is very nice.

by Tyler Miller
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I really like this new Nexus 7, it improves on basically every area of the old version. That’s not to say the old version is bad or obsolete, but this one just is a very nice improvement. It’s biggest draws are the 1920 by 1200 pixels, 1080p, 323ppi display. And yes, this display is very nice.

Internally we have a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and 2 GB of RAM and a decent battery that last anywhere between 3-5 days, depending on use.

I would definitely recommend the new Nexus 7 to anyone looking in the 7 inch tablet market. Should you upgrade from your current Nexus 7 though? That’s up to you. If a 1080p screen and back camera and faster internals are important, then yes. If you are happy with your current Nexus 7 now, you aren’t going to be sad you didn’t upgrade.


About the Author

Tyler Miller

Tyler is an editor at Geekster Labs and has been producing videos on YouTube for over 2 years and has uploaded over 500 videos over his various channels. He graduated from Geneva College in 2012 with a degree in Audio & Video and is pursuing a full time job through YouTube. When Tyler isn’t doing something YouTube related, he is either spending time with his fiancee, family, friends, or at church.


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