I’m going to admit that I’ve never been a fan of Android tablets. From what I’ve seen in the past, they were slow, laggy, and the obvious stuttering got on my nerves. I was impressed with the original Nexus 7 but decided to stick with an iPad mini because Android tablets weren’t there yet. The second-generation Google Nexus 7 changed all that for me.
Sure it’s $30 more than last years model, but everything about it from the design, apps, and operating system have come a long way since then. The increased performance, amazing screen resolution, and continuous growth of Android have made this a winner. It’s by no means perfect and there is no one-size-fits-all device as everyone’s needs are different, but if you factor in what the Nexus 7 has to offer for what it’s priced at, you get a great value when compared to the competition.
- Excellent overall performance
- Amazing screen quality
- Comfortable to hold
- Solid Build Quality
- Lightweight Design
- Great value for the price
- Some apps still need to be optimized for Android 4.3
- Google needs to catch up in app library
- Oversized bezels can be awkward
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