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In the last couple of months there has been an avalanche of 7-inch tablets.
Let’s get started.
Off the bat this tablet feels very well made indeed.
There was no flexing to the screen when I put pressure on the screen.
The back of the device is covered by a grippy material overall this tablet doesn’t feel cheap.
Under the hood we have a quad-core processor ram is 2GB.
In every day tasks the tablet performed very well.
The product comes with Android 4.2 otherwise known as Jellybean.
This is Google’s best version of Android hands down with some recoding and by using project butter smooth Google has managed to bring you the user the most slick version of Android yet with out the custom modification that happens with some Android products.
I would Thoroughly recommend the Nexus 7 to anyone who is looking for a affordable yet surprisingly capable device.
Android 4.2 has never been better and for the price how can you say no?
Price as reviewed:
AU249 16GB AU299 32GB.
Where to buy?
Direct from Google