Nexus 7 Tablet from Google
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  • Retail cost was changed to $200 for a 16GB back in late October, and that's when I purchased it
  • Overall, the high resolution is probably the best feature of the Nexus
  • All it has is a USB port at the bottom of the tablet where you can transfer music, photos, etc. For me personally, it's not a huge problem, especially if you are used to an iPhone or iPod, where it does not have a micro SD card as well
  • I think it should be worth more, but who's complaining about that

    • by Joseph Park
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      Many people might think that the Nexus is just a remake or a copycat of the iPad, Kindle, or whatever tablet you may have. But I’m here to tell you that it is not at ALL. I’ve had the Nexus 7 for about 5 months now, and I can tell you that it was worth all the money. Retail cost was changed to $200 for a 16GB back in late October, and that’s when I purchased it.

      First off, the design of the Nexus 7 is wonderful. It is not too big


      and not too small. It feels just right, especially in your hand. Although it looks kind of big to fit in your pocket, it will fit nice and snug in there. The tablet is slim and is not too wide. The screen is practically nuclear resistant, and hardly scratches. Everything just slides off the screen.

      Second, the graphics of the Nexus 7 is incredible. Everything is HD, to even the designs on the apps. You don’t have to worry about any graphics problems when watching movies or videos. The sound quality

      is just as good, as long as you have better headphones to compliment the sound. The speakers on the other hand, are terrible, just like every other speaker on other tablet or music player. The camera on the tablet is just completely slacking. It only has one camera, and it is in the front of the Nexus. The quality of the camera is horrendous. Not even the resolution could save. Overall, the high resolution is probably the best feature of the Nexus. I also love the fact that they give you ...

      • Nexus 7 Tablet from Google
      some awesome default backgrounds

      Probably the biggest setback of the Nexus 7 is the fact that it doesn’t have a “moving memory”. Something like a micro SD card would have been perfect. All it has is a USB port at the bottom of the tablet where you can transfer music, photos, etc. For me personally, it’s not a huge problem, especially if you are used to an iPhone or iPod, where it does not have a micro SD card as well. But I can see where this might be a problem for

      people who want additional data for the tablet.

      Overall, this Nexus is completely worth every penny. I think it should be worth more, but who’s complaining about that? Compared to the Kindle, which I returned just to get the Nexus, it is a lot more user-friendly. The software is just a lot more familiar to people. But compared to the iPad, it probably beats it in every single feature except the popularity, sadly. I think the Nexus is a great product, and if you are looking for a tablet, this is the one I would recommend.




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