Reviews Google Nexus 7
RCT SCORE 10 / 10

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Google's first branded tablet, the Asus-manufactured Nexus 7, is a 7-inch slate running Android 4.1 (aka Jelly Bean). It boasts a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, a 1280 x 800 backlit IPS display, 1GB of RAM and a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera. Google promises up to nine hours of battery life when playing HD movies (10 if all you're doing is reading). It is loaded with all the Google apps you'd expect - access to the Google Play apps store, the Chrome browser, Gmail, YouTube and Google+. The tablet will come with a $25 credit to the Google Play store to whet your appetite for apps, books or videos.

You'll pay $199 for the 8GB version or $250 for the 16GB.

The reception has been overwhelmingly positive, with reviewers giving a big thumbs up to the performance specs and price tag. In the 7-inch tablet category, the Kindle Fire may be starting to sweat.




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Look Out Fire
I'm finding the latest Android tablet to be very easy to use, and even fun. I think Asus and Google have a winner here.
Best $200 Tablet You Can Buy
The Nexus 7 is an amazing package for something that costs a penny less than $200. It feels like something that could sell for much more.
An Excellent Tablet
Google's Nexus 7 isn't just an excellent tablet for $200. It's an excellent tablet, period. In fact, it's the first Android tablet that I can confidently recommend to buyers - and not...
A Fun Machine
What you've got here is a fun machine. Google worked with ASUS and NVIDIA here to bring on a media beast like no other, offered at a price that, sold exclusively through the Google...
Killer Tablet, Killer Price
Honestly I think ASUS and Google have really done an excellent job here with the Nexus 7. The combination of a quad core SoC, IPS panel, solid construction, and the latest version of...
Easily the Best 7-inch Tablet
With a beautiful screen, fast performance, a comfortable design, and overall great media options, the Nexus 7 is easily the best 7-inch tablet available and one of the top tablets on...
An Impressive Move
The Nexus 7 is impressive, though: a valuable addition to the tablet market. Google's challenge now is to put some real welly behind getting the device into people's hands, securing...
What a Bargain!
Do we like the Google Nexus 7? Yes, without a doubt. For the money you're getting so, so much: a quad core Tegra 3-powered device with a 12-core GPU and a HD screen.
Asus Performed a Miracle
Google's first tablet is undeniably impressive. Asus has done an almost miraculous job for the money, providing a device that not only matches its competition, but surpasses it on many...
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