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Google Nexus 7 FHD 2nd Gen Tablet NEWEST MODEL

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Item Weight581 g
Product Dimensions31 x 18.6 x 6.2 cm
Item model numberNEXUS 7
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Best Sellers Rank 36,408 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight581 g
Date First Available26 July 2013

Product Description

Enjoy your media on the go with this Google Nexus 7 tablet, which features a 7" 10-finger capacitive touch screen with IPS technology that simplifies navigation and delivers vibrant images. Wi-Fi makes it easy to surf the Web. Product Features Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system Along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 8064 processor with a 2MB L2 cache and 1.5GHz processor speed allows you to stay connected and productive on the go. Built-in 802.11a/b/g/n wireless LAN Connect to the Internet without wires. 2GB DDR3LM memory For multitasking power. 7" LCD high-definition 10-finger capacitive touch screen With IPS technology, 300 cd/m² brightness, 178° viewing angles and 1920 x 1200 resolution offers easy operation and provides crystal-clear visuals. Scratch-resistant glass helps guard the display against damage. Antifingerprint technology minimizes smudging for enhanced clarity. 16GB on-board flash memory Offers plenty of space for your music, movies, photos, apps and more. Adreno 320 graphics For lush images with precise detail. 5.0MP rear-facing and 1.2MP front-facing webcams Make it easy to video chat with loved ones. Micro USB 2.0 port with SlimPort For fast digital video, audio and data transfer. Bluetooth 4.0 Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3 player. Weighs only 11.2 oz. and measures just 0.3" thin For lightweight portability. Sensors include G-sensor, ambient light, Ecompass, gyroscope and proximity. Preloaded apps Include Google Search by Voice 2.1, Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps, Google Street View, YouTube, Android Market and more.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A. Camilleri HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 2 Feb 2014
Having owned the Nexus 7 practically since the release date, I have thoroughly gone through every aspect of this little gem. Probably this was, and still is the best 7" tablet!!
The accessories for the Nexus 7 is still are the increase, and it is holding its price very well. The revolutionary form factor makes it so easy to use single handed.

Google has really nailed it... and the competition when it comes to practicality and affordability. Now I own various tablets, iPad air included, yet I have spent far more time using this tablet than any other.

The form factor and slim lightweight design means that it still is the most portable tablet on the market. Vibrant colours and a speedy processor make for a very pleasant experience. Google apps are really catching up with Apple's. Compatibility with third party hardware and pricing should serve as a wakeup call for Apple!!

Die hard iPad users might not like this review, yet let's be honest, how on earth can one justify the price difference between this device and a similarly spec iPad. As referred to earlier, I have the iPad, and while it has certain unique features and polished Apps I am not really fond of the ageing icon layout. The Nexus screen on the other-hand is fully customisable to suit your taste.

There are many other android tablets hitting the market on a daily basis, but what sets this particular tablet apart are:

✓ Responsive 7.02inch, 1920X1200 IPS screen (323 ppi), delivering stunning image quality
✓ Zippy Qualcomm Snapdragon(tm) S4 Pro processor clocked at 1.5GHz with an Adreno 320 graphics processor which handles gaming seamlessly.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Barbēlō TOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 Sep 2013
I have already got the Nexus 10 for my games from Amazon, but I found it too large for my eBooks to read with. So I decided to get the Nexus 7 and am so glad that I waited for this newer's so slim and light.
114 x 200 x 8.65 mm
0.64lbs (290g) Wi-Fi, 0.66lbs (299g) LTE

7.02" 1920x1200 HD display (323 ppi)
1080p HD IPS
Scratch resistant Corning® glass

It's just like reading an actual paper version of the book whilst you reading via the Kindle app itself.
I always use the Sepia background and have the Nexus horizontal and use the line spacing so it looks more like a book and with the black frame when you are reading in the dark it does look like an actual book.

The keyboard is amazing. That's the big problem I find typing on devices, but they've improved the Nexus so just doesn't feel as tho you are typing on a glass screen but an actual keyboard.

***Just say "Ok Google"
You don't need to touch the screen to get things done. When on your home screen* or in Google Now, just say "Ok Google" to launch voice search, send a text, get directions or even play a song***

Want to learn more about Android - 4.4 KitKat?

I wanted an emoji keyboard, like the ones I have for iOS on the iPads and this is it, or very similar as I actually got it from GooglePlayStore for free - this one from Amazon costs £1.27. But it can be used alongside the normal keyboard for Emails and typing on-line....just use the emoji as the 'default- Keyboard. and enjoy the smilies and pictures

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63 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Bigfgiant on 22 Aug 2013
The new Nexus 7 looks to be a great bit of kit but don't rush into buying one without shopping around. Sellers will plan on people to rush in and pay stupid prices. I have pre-ordered mine with Tesco (32 GB version) and it has cost me £219 where as this seller is charging £220 for the 16GB version. The proper price for this model is £199 but you should find deals for less if you shop about. If you spend over £150 at Tesco they will knock off £20 which isn't a bad deal. Also check out the Android Market once the device goes on sale because you will probably get a good deal there when everyone else starts bumping up the prices.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By robotfish TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Aug 2013
I've had my new Nexus 7 32GB tablet for a few days now, having picked one up from a Bestbuy in the USA. My impressions of it are hugely positive.

Firstly the size: it is a little narrower than the old Nexus 7 (which I also own, with a smashed screen, oops) and is all the better for it. The bezel is narrower, not the screen. It is a delight to pick up and use, being both lighter and (to my eyes) better looking than the older version.

The display: it is HD. 1920 lines versus the 1280 of the older model. Can you notice it? Not really. The screen is too small to really see any difference. The benefits are all in marketing. However the screen is certainly more colourful than the old Nexus 7 which I felt was washed out compared to products such as the iPad and my phone (an HTC One). One downside on the glass: it smudges much more easily than an ipad. New owners (ahem) will be slightly obsessive with their screen cleaning.

The cover: the back of the device is a matt rubbery/plastic and is great to touch and hold.

The sound: this is (from external speaker) a vast improvement on the old model. Obviously its not super hi-fi, but it is fine for casual use.

Apps: Most of my apps copied across. Two didn't: BBC iPlayer (which is as yet unavailable for this device) and EA Tiger Woods 2012. Both of these play happily on my old Nexus 7 (also running Android 4.3) so I don't know what the issue is. Neither are available on the PLAY store, so I assume there is a device incompatibility. BBC iPlayer is a big issue for me. (And on that topic, just when are the BBC going to get downloads working?). Apps is still one area where iPad wins handsomely.

Price: I got mine for £172 which is substantially cheaper (approx £70?) then the UK RRP. That's a lot.
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