I have been using the Nexus 7 for over a week now, and it definitely lives up to all the hype that has been created about it. Nexus 7 is Google’s flagship Android tablet device built in partnership with ASUS. It comes with a great hardware configuration and runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.
I am very impressed with the Nexus 7 and would recommend it to anyone. However, don’t just take my word for it, and read the Nexus 7 review below to learn how the Nexus 7 performs and why it is so good.
Nexus 7 comes with a Quad-core Tegra 3 processor and a whopping 1GB of RAM. This makes the device run very fast even when you are playing games which use heavy graphics and game play. It also has a 7″ display with a whopping 1280×800 HD resolution which would put several existing laptops and desktop PCs to shame. The high resolution also makes watching movies a treat.
Nexus 7 is pretty lightweight at just 340g and does not have a plastic feel. Additionally it comes with NFC and a Micro USB slot. Nexus 7 also comes with a 4325 mAh battery which provides up to 8 hours of active use. However, the battery can live up to 2 days with moderate use. I managed to run the Nexus 7 without charge for almost 2 and half days while just reading a book.
The Nexus 7 also provides you with video chatting capability with a 1.2 MP front facing camera. I tested out the front camera and it does the job well when it comes to video conferencing on apps like Skype and WebEx. However, there is no back camera on the device. For me this isn’t a problem, because I usually find it funny looking at people taking pictures with their tablets.