- Processor: 1.2 GHz Tegra 3.0
- Number of Processors: 4
- RAM: 1 GB
- RAM Type: DDR3 SDRAM
- Hard Drive: 32 GB Serial ATA
ASUS Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 32GB) 2012 Model
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- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 7 inches Display
- NVIDIA Tegra 3.0 1.2 GHz
- 32 GB Flash Memory, 1 GB RAM Memory
- SD Card slot unavailable
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Google has released specifications for the Second Generation Nexus 7 with the release date on July 30th 2013. Resolution has been bumped up to 1920x1200 (323 PPI!), a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 (sorry, no S8) quad core processor clocking in at 1.5 GHz (vs the 1.3 Tegra 3 on the First Gen Nexus), 2 gigs of RAM, 4 times as powerful graphics chip, and a 5 megapixel back camera. Cnet is reporting that the Second Gen will have HDMI out capabilities from its micro usb port, thus implying the MHL protocols which were missing on the first generation are enabled on the Second Gen thus letting you plug your tablet into your TV to watch movies. The tablet is a bit lighter and a bit thinner than the first generation as well. Also ships with Android 4.3, the newest version. The dimpled back that so many people loved is gone replaced with a smooth surface. Still no Gorilla Glass, but now includes Dual Band Wifi and stereo speakers. Battery capacity appears to have been decreased about 400 mAh most likely to fit inside the thinner case.
Unfortunately, the price has increased. 16gb for $229, 32gb for $269 and the new LTE enabled model for $349. Unlike the First Gen series (which you are looking at), the cellular options now include Verizon in addition to the original GSM based AT&T and T-Mobile. Sprint still out of luck. As always, sold unlocked. Due to the new release, the First Gen is likely to see significant price decreases.
USB Hosting and USB OTG still works on the Nexus 7 2nd Generation.
If you're on a budget, the Nexus 7 (2012) is an excellent choice, but for $229 the Nexus 7 2nd generation also known as the Nexus 7 (2013) is a superior product. Much better processor, better graphics, better screen and lighter.Read more ›
Google just announced a newer version of Nexus 7, making this product obsolete. Some of the highlights are -
- A nice bump in the screen resolution - 1920 X 1200 (323 ppi)
- A 5 MP rear facing camera
- Ships with Android 4.3, which has a restricted profile feature that can be used to block in-app purchases and limit access to content.
- The usual improvements in processor, memory, weight, speakers, wireless, etc. You can find the details on the official website for Nexus 7.
- The 32 GB model is $269 now. $20 extra for the new model is well worth it, in my opinion.
Let me state upfront that in the last 3 years, my wife and I have purchased 4 iPhones, 4 iPads, 1 Mac Mini, 1 Apple TV and 2 Macbook Airs for ourselves and extended members of the family. I cannot review this product without comparing it to the iPad 2, which I've been using for the last year and a half.
We have an 18 month old son who needs to be entertained with videos and apps while he's being fed and we have an upcoming trip to India during which we'll need to keep him busy during the flight and transits. Here are our requirements -
1) We needed a tablet that is more portable than the 16 GB iPad 2 that we currently have so that it's easy to stuff into my cargo pants or jacket and pull it out quickly when required.
2) We needed more than the 16GB storage to store his favorite videos because we may have intermittent access to WiFi, at least 32 GB.
3) When he's not using it, I would like a tablet that's easy to grip for long hours of reading.Read more ›
Ok as for the Android tabs, this one is a winner. The new processor is lightening fast!!! I multitasked, played Netflix, and loaded the thing and its speed held great. Its touch is very responsive. Its res is great too. For the buck, 249, at most department stores and electronic stores, it beats the competitors. The only way to get better is to pay more.
There is no expansion slot but with 32 gigs its not really needed. You can Mini-USB it to pc for file transfer with no prob.
It rotates to landscape with no need for an app.
Jelly bean is a winner and all new Androids have it so that doesn't need a review. The tablet is made well. It feels sturdy in the hand. The off button and volume are located nicely on the side but toward the edge so they dont get in the way.
Its a small tablet with a small voice so sound isnt great. The speakers are tiny and dont carry much.
But...plug in quality earbuds and the sound is great!!! MP3's sound the same as on my Sony MP3 player. Streaming movies are clear and sound fine.
The tablet streams youtube and netflix with no problem at all.
There is no rear camera. I dont know how the front facing camera is because I never use it. I didnt buy it to take pics nor to use it as a webcam.
Being a google approved product apps are not an issue. Once you change your permissions in settings for other apps, it excepts Amazons apps too.
The battery is good.Read more ›
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Worked for the duration of the warranty. And then, immediately stopped working. Will not start up or charge. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Caroline
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My little brother love this tablet. Years after it's release, it still ran strong and oftentimes better than more recent (but cheaper) no name brand tablets. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Denny Rivera
For the price it's great for kids. WIFI reception could be better.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I just want to say what a waste of money it is to purchase this Google Nexus 7 Tablet. It freezes up, I can't even download the Memories app needed to share pictures on Facebook. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
When it is new, it works beautifully, BUT....this was the third Nexus from Asus I had owned, and it has just gone the route of the first two. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jane Oakes