Google Nexus 7 Tablet
What is the result of fusing cutting-edge hardware from ASUS with Google’s fastest and smoothest version of Android yet? The Google Nexus 7 Tablet. It’s sleek. It’s powerful. It’s fun.
Holding the device is a pleasant experience. The Nexus 7 screams out quality. It feels solid and well put together. The tapered edges as well as the textured back gives the device a high-quality feel. Its very light and really comfortable to hold even for long periods.
Turn it on and this device keeps screaming out “quality”. The 1280×800 high resolution screen is nothing short of impressive. It’s bright, text is sharp and HD content is detailed and vivid. Not only does it look good, but its super fast and responsive. This thing handled everything I threw at it with ease. Wouldn’t expect any less since the Google Nexus 7 is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. Actually, the Google Nexus 7 happens to be the world’s first 7-inch quad-core tablet. The power of this tablet definitely provides for a truly immersive gaming experience. Tegra 3 games take advantage of the tablet’s incredible GPU by displaying enhanced video effects such as specular lighting, advanced water and various particle effects. What do all these fancy terms mean to the user? – Games look far more realistic. Here’s a video clip showing a comparison between a standard Android game and the Tegra 3 version.
Huge improvement! The Nexus 7’s powerful GPU also allows faster web page rendering as well. The device comes with Google Chrome and other apps such as GMail, Google+ and YouTube built-in. Several other apps are available from the Google Play Store.
Google Nexus 7 Specs