|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280x800|
|RAM||1 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G, 802.11bgn, 802.11B|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
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Google Nexus 7 Tablet (16 GB)
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- 7 inch 1280x800 HD display (216 ppi)
- Quad-core Tegra 3 processor
- 16 GB internal storage (actual formatted capacity will be less)
- Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean),Memory: Slots: Onboard, Installed: 1GB
- 4325 mAh battery (Up to 8 hours of active use)
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|Item Weight||0.75 pounds||0.64 pounds||0.7 pounds||1.63 pounds|
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|Operating System||Android 4.1||Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)||Android 5.0 (Lollipop)||android 4.1 (jelly bean)|
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BUT, I've waited to buy a tablet. There's 2 iPads (both 3rd gen) in our house, and I do like them, they're worth the $500. However, it's not fun to just play with it. You need apps. Then, apps aren't really fun unless you get the paid version. Then, a $500 tablet becomes $50 dollars more, just to get some basic apps and games! Plus, it's cumbersome and weighty, so if you're playing a game, you'll be sitting it in your lap within 5 minutes.
The Nexus 7 has NONE of those problems.
1. It's $250. (Yes, I paid $275 for the one here, but I'm a Prime member and I have a store card here, so it made sense to buy from Amazon). It is NOT worth that price. It's worth $400 easy, in quality, look, feel, and performance.
2. The wallpapers, widgets, etc. alone can entertain you when you first get it! I customize my screens and change them every week to keep me from getting bored of it, so I gladly welcome how amazing it looks! Jelly Bean is silky smooth and the UI just makes sense, especially compared to Gingerbread, which my phone is stuck with... =(
3. Apps. There is enough on the device to get you started (including a copy of Transformers 3. Not that I'd pay for that *particular* title...), and the Play Store has so many naturally free apps that can do almost ANYTHING!Read more ›
NOV 29 UPDATE:
Google just announced upgraded Nexus 7 tablets to be available on Nov 13. You will be able to get a 32GB Nexus 7 for the price of the current 16GB model.
My initial review was a Nexus 7 vs. the first generation Kindle Fire and the Nexus was a clear winner. I have now updated my review for the Fire HD. It's a close call but the Nexus' 4-core CPU and its pure Android, more open makeup make it my preferred 7-incher. However, the rest of my family prefers the Fire HD because it's such a great dedicated (Amazon) media consumption pad.
We've been using a Kindle Fire since September 2011 (pre-ordered) and I am happy we ordered ours. Soon after purchase it was adopted by our daughter. She is using it to draw and paint, she watches Netflix for Kids on it, she learned how to search Youtube for arts and crafts 'how to' videos and she plays (mostly free) games from Amazon's Appstore. The Fire wasn't a full-feature tablet when it launched but we overlooked its hardware shortcomings, its off-mainstream Android and its locking us out Google's much larger app store because the price was right and because the 7" screen size made it lighter and more portable than the 'full size' 10.1" alternatives. We are still happy with our Fire but we are happier with Nexus 7, our second 7" tablet.
Because Nexus 7 and Amazon's Kindle are both Android tablets very similar in screen size that sell for the same price, I am going to compare the two while I write about my experience with Nexus 7. Whenever appropriate, I will note the differences between Nexus and the Fire when such differences exist.Read more ›
Google is set to release the 2nd edition of the Nexus 7 in July 2013. Resolution is expected to be bumped up to 1920 x 1080, new Qualcomm Snapdragon processor for increased speed, 2 gigs of RAM, a back camera, and for the cellular plan, LTE. Pricing rumors haven't been released. So, if you can wait a few months, it's probably best to see what Google has in store for the Nexus 7 Second Edition before buying the currently offered Nexus 7.
End of Update.
I own an iPad 3 and an iTouch and a four, going on five year old Motorola dumb phone.
I'm not going deep into hardware specs, you can read other reviews for that.
[EDIT FOR NEWEST GOOGLE PRESS RELEASE]
On October 29th, Google released the updated Nexus 7. The ONLY things that changed was that the 8gb version was discontinued, the 16gb version dropped to $199 and the 32gb version was released for $249 (both available for purchase NOW). The 3G cellular version is on sale starting November 13, 2012. Do not buy the existing Nexus 7 versions at current prices posted on Amazon! You're paying way too much.
Let's address some of the perceived flaws and some of the real flaws of the Nexus 7.
1) Storage. 8gb and 16gb (the two flavors the Nexus 7 comes in) can go real fast real quick in today's age of HD movies. I took my 16gb iPad on a trip and I maxed out with movies incredibly fast, even after I shrunk them down to least tolerable quality. The Nexus 7 does deserve some criticism for no Micro-SD slot and I was not going to buy it for that sole reason. However, like all good Android Tablets, there's a solution.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am not happy with my Google too slow, back slash does not work, words garbled..I would like return it for something that worksPublished 5 days ago by Garry Schmitt
WAS a great tablet when I bought it 4 years ago(5 stars), now that 1 GB of RAM will just kill your happiness due to how updates make it painfully slower everytime, i still use it... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is the second item I purchased from Amazon that I hate....the tablet won't charged.....it takes two days to get the tablet on a 100%.... Once again.... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like it but actually became very,very slow and malfuntioning.Published 5 months ago by Ugo Zanolli
The charging port broke after about 5 months of use. Almost the same price to buy a new tablet as to get it fixed.Published 5 months ago by Ashley Lamb
It would be great if it didn't have charging issues. This is several years old and it won't charge at all.Published 5 months ago by michael k