My Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 Paperback – 17 Jan 2013
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About the Author
Craig James Johnston has been involved with technology since his high
school days at Glenwood High in Durban, South Africa, when his school was
given some Apple ][ Europluses. From that moment technology captivated
him, and he has owned, supported, evangelized, and written about it.
Craig has been involved in designing and supporting large-scale enterprise
networks with integrated email and directory services since 1989. He has
held many different IT-related positions in his career ranging from sales
support engineer to mobile architect for a 40,000-smartphone infrastructure
at a large bank.
In addition to designing and supporting mobile computing environments,
Craig co-hosts the CrackBerry.com podcast, as well as guest hosting on
other podcasts including iPhone and iPad Live podcasts. You can see Craig’s
previously published work in his books Professional BlackBerry, and many
books in the My series, including My BlackBerry Curve, My Palm Pre, My NexusOne, My DROID (first and second editions), My Motorola Atrix 4G, My BlackBerry PlayBook, My HTC EVO 3D, and My Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Craig also enjoys high-horsepower, high-speed vehicles and tries very hard to
keep to the speed limit while driving them.
Originally from Durban, South Africa, Craig has lived in the United Kingdom,
the San Francisco Bay Area, and New Jersey, where he now lives with his wife,
Karen, and a couple of cats.
Craig would love to hear from you. Feel free to contact Craig about your
experiences with My Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 at http://www.CraigsBooks.info.
All comments, suggestions, and feedback are welcome, including positive
Top Customer Reviews
There are over 300 hundred pages in colour giving you very easy to follow numbered instructions on everything you need to know,
beginning with a description and set up of the product,then taking you through all the various features in full detail.
The thing i like most about this book is that it contains lots of instructions that the user manual doesnt include or explain properly.
If you own a nexus 7 or 10 get this book,its brilliant.
I bought it thinking it would tell my more, particularly about the various connections to other items, but no. I also expected something about the various more popular apps available.
I sat down and read it through with the tablet by my side, but only needed to switch it on once to confirm something. Since then, I have not opened it! If I had known it gave little more than is already known, I would not have bought it, though I will admit it would be handy for anyone who prefers 'hard' copy and not have to search on screen.
Just one note : if you were brought up with computers and are pretty expert, you possibly don't need this guide; however, it's highly recommended for all others! I counted myself reasonably competent with a laptop, but I floundered for a couple of weeks with my new Nexus 10 until I bought Craig Johnston's book. I'll be referring to it for a long while yet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent, without this the nexus 7 could be the 2014 Enigma Code machine. Got a Nexus 7? Get the book!!!!Published 21 months ago by Black Mamba21
Not fully informative on some things I wanted to know and do but nonetheless OK. A bit presumptuous about prior knowledge of the jargon of Tablets, so was tricky at times.Published on 26 May 2014 by Robin
good book to go along with both the nexus seven and ten .Instruction well set out andeasy to follow in alogical mannerPublished on 8 Feb. 2014 by seradog
Its quite informative so far however Amazon have forced me to form an opinion before I`ve read it so rather difficult to be more precisePublished on 16 Nov. 2013 by Amazon Customer