The Google Nexus 7 tablet review reveals that the new inexpensive tablet has been tagged as a solid approach but is still not felt as revolutionary.
The new tablet Nexus 7 is starting at $199. The company has bought its new product to give an ultimate competition to the Amazon's same-priced but lesser quality Kindle Fire, working with Amazon's limited flavor of Android.
It seems that the company has certainly not made any mistake by bringing its Nexus 7. Review has revealed that the product is giving a strong competition to other products in the market with its amazing 10-plus hour battery life and the clear text feature with accurate colors.
Experts advise the 16GB $249 version for the Nexus 7. But still absence of some features is not giving the new device the status of being called as a revolutionary one. Nexus 7 has 8GB storage and lacks any room to grow, could be in an effort to meet the aggressive price range.
Nexus 7 has high-quality looks and feel too. Plastic side bezel, textured and rubberized finish on the back makes the device an easier one to handle. The footprint of the new tablet is approx average as it's slightly thinner than the Kindle Fire.
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