Prices(Prices as of 03/4/2013)
|Google Nexus 7 (16GB, Wi-Fi) ||Google Nexus 7 (32GB, Wi-Fi) ||Google Nexus 7 (32GB, Wi-Fi/AT&T plan) ||Google Nexus 7 (32GB, Wi-Fi/T-Mobile plan) ||Source|
|$10 ||Screen shield|
|$15-$50||AT&T DataConnect plan|
|$40-$80||T-Mobile data plan|
|Weight||0.75 lb. |
|Battery Life||Up to 9.5 hours|
|Processor||NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core|
|App Market||Android Market|
|Other Features||1.2MP front camera|
Micro USB port
|Warranty||1 year, limited|
For manufacturer information about this product, go to Google.
Best-Selling Paid Apps
(List as of 03/4/2013) Source: Google Play
|1. SwiftKey Keyboard||$2|
|2. Titanium Backup Pro Key Root||$7|
|3. Minecraft - Pocket Edition||$7|
|4. Beautiful Widgets||$4|
|5. Nova Launcher Prime||$4|
What People Are Saying:
Reviewers like Google's Nexus 7, the first Android tablet available with the 4.1 Jelly Bean version. The Google Now feature provides real-time updates. Reviewers called the model the first real competition for the Amazon Kindle Fire, with the same price point for the base model. The biggest flaw reviewers find in the Nexus 7 is its limited storage capacity.
- All Things D: "But Google's tablet is a better choice than the iPad for people on a budget; for those who prefer a lighter, more compact tablet that's easier to carry and operate with one hand; and for those who prefer Google's ecosystem of apps, services and content to Apple's."
- CNET: "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 the market."
- TechCrunch: "With a $200 starting price, Android users and those looking for a smaller tablet now have a legitimate alternative to the Kindle Fire."