Performance, beauty, innovation, and affordability come together in Google’s N
exus 7 tablet. For under $200, you’ll get a 1.3 GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 12-core GPU, 1GB DDR2 RAM, Wi-Fi connectivity, 1,280×800-pixel resolution 7-inch IPS touch screen, the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean mobile operating system, and just about every feature that you’ll want from a tablet in between.
The Nexus is another black tablet but it breaks the monotony by featuring a textured back plate with Nexus and Asus embossed on it. You read it right, Asus. Just like the previous Nexus devices co-developed with select hardware manufacturer, the Nexus 7 is made in partnership with industry giant Asus. Some of the noticeable external features of the Nexus 7 include a front facing 1.2-megapixel camera, power and lock button, volume rocker, headphone jack, micro-USB port, and a horizontal 2-inch long speaker slit.
Being a Google device running on a Google OS, expect a lot of Google apps to be included on the 7. Some of the apps and services seen on the Nexus 7 are Google Play!, Music, Books, Magazine, Chrome browser, Maps, Google Plus, Gmail, Google Now, and Android Beam. Android Beam is a new Google Near Field Communication based technology that allows users to share websites, maps, and files by simply bringing together back to back the upper-right corner of compatible devices.
Superb performance, great apps support, crystal clear sound and graphics, responsive interface, and a budget friendly price tag
– all can be found in Google Nexus 7.
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