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Nexus 7 – Worthy of Every Hype with its Affordable Price

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What do you use a tablet for? Some people use it for the opportunity to play games while others use it to read e-books and magazines.

A few others use their tablet to watch movies. If you like to use your tablet for all these functions, the next question is whether you fine using a tablet with a price of at least $100 less than the other more popular models. Or are you the type who’s willing to spend more on a gadget, because in your defense, the higher the price, the better the quality? What if we tell you that you can get a much better quality tablet, than other top-shelf brands, at a lower price? This is not falsehood. For the first time, you can actually believe that you can get really impressive quality at a very affordable price. The new Nexus 7 has made all this possible. The first Nexus 7 was already impressive enough, and when Google announced that they’re coming up with a newer version, at a slightly higher price than the last model, people were skeptical at first. It turned out, though, that their worries were unfounded. The new Nexus 7 has really exceeded everyone’s expectations.

The Appearance

For one thing, the new version has a sleek look, with its all-black body with a matte finish on the back. It can also easily fit in your palm, so you can use the tablet with just one hand, unlike other models such as its competitor, the iPad Mini, which you have to use both hands to use. The front side of the device incorporates a camera, while the back has a 5MP camera located at the top left corner. It has no LED flash, though. If another function you’re looking for in a tablet is to take vivid images, you might want to stick to your smartphone for that. This tablet, or any tablet for that matter, is not for taking photos as other gadgets are. The new Nexus 7 is thinner at 8.65 mm thick and also 0.64 pounds lighter than the old version. The LTE version of the new model is 9g heavier.

What’s inside?

A tablet that has impeccable display is usually worth all the money, so with a tablet with good display at an affordable price, what more can you ask for? The new Nexus 7 has increased its resolution at 1,920 x 1,200. This is a 7-inch sharp tablet at 323ppi. It’s easily the perfect device to read books, watch movies, and play games on. When the new Nexus 7 was first launched, it was run by Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, but it has been updated to the new Android 4.4 KitKat. It also has 2GB of RAM and is available at 16GB and 32GB (no 62GB though). Although Apple supporters would always prefer iOS devices, this new version of Nexus 7 is worth considering. The display is better. The performance is faster and it’s more comfortable to hold and use.