Nexus 7 review
Along with Asus, Google has created a real powerhouse to surf plate in a compact package comes to a very attractive price tag.
We begin our review of the Nexus 7 with a preview video and some appealing performance figures, the Nexus 7 may be Google’s salvation on the surf flat market?
Nexus 7 is an aggressive, bordering on aggressive investment by Google in the ever-growing market for tablets. Android is growing fast but even if it sold more surf boards than ever with Android under the hood, it is hard to pick market share from giants Apple and the Iphone. With a heavy anstorming to expect from Microsoft and partners with the introduction of Windows 8 and Windows RT in the fourth quarter, Google gears up up the pace.
Nexus 7 is the company’s first Tablet of the Nexus family and Asus, which manufactured the device is one of the most successful manufacturers in the market for Android tablets. There is no doubt that Asus knows how to build a Tablet and although the Nexus 7 has a price tag starting at less than 2 000 for the model with 8 gigabytes of storage memory feels like surfing the plate much more valuable – both on paper and in his hand.
We have managed to get their hands on one of the first Nexus 7 surf plates that have reached the Swedish mainland and according to Asus Sweden will surf the plate go on sale in Sweden only in September.
Although it offered no direct reason for this is most likely due to Asus having trouble to cover the high demand, which we have already seen signs of the United States. But until the Swedish launch, we will look closely at the Nexus 7 and waiting for a further discussion, we start here today with a video preview.
Specifications that impresses the price segment
There is no doubt that Google and Asus pushed yourself properly to get the best possible components of a Tablet for around 2000 dollars. We can be fairly sure that the pure component rate is no pad on the market today that is as affordable.
The nice 7-inch screen has both the IPS panel, high resolution, Tegra 3-processor is the second fastest on the Android market today and the battery capacity is generous for this is a tiny plate.
There are also clear signs of cost savings, the primary camera sensor has been stress on the foot and we have no way to expand storage capacity with a microSD card. But actually it is only the latter that we see as a clear deficiency.
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