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The Ultimate Google Nexus 7 Review (2013)

New Nexus 7-4[ad#ad-1]Google’s latest entry into the Nexus family of tablets is the 2013 Nexus 7; a much slimmer and slicker devices. Which has a thinner profile and packs in a lot more under hood.  It is packed with a  quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. Packed in a familiar 7-inch display with a huge resolution boost of 1920×1200 with 323ppi, you have got 2GB of ram. Nexus 7 is the first device to ship with Android 4.3, the newest version of Android, Android 4.3 . Its also got built-in wireless charging, using QI technology, which means you can use your nexus on a multitude of wireless charging pads. Though we found the Galaxy S4 pad to be the best to use with the Nexus 7. There are many things to like about Google latest Nexus 7 tablet. But a few gripes as well nothing major other than Microsd expansion and the placement of the power and volume rockers.

That been said, this table this near perfection in its creation, size, fit and feel. The Nexus 7 feel light sublime and sleek. With a very handy feel, that allows you the user to easily manipulate anything on screen. The display is gorgeous  bright and crisp, makes watching movies and read a breeze and a joy. There is a whole lot to like and love about the New Google Nexus 7  2013 edition. But the best part is its price, starting at $229 for 16GB and $269 for 32GB. You can’t go wrong with this tablet and in our view a definite buy on all counts

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