Google Nexus 16GB 7" Tablet
Google Nexus 16GB tablet
This is an awesome tablet. It feels comfortable to hold, it is a good size, its fast, great sound and has incredible battery life. I bought this for my partner for her birthday and I have got to use it myself. The quality for watching movies on Netflix for example is great, the screen has a gorgeous resolution 1920x1200 also scratch resistant. I never ran into any lag or slowdown especially while doing things like skype and using facebook at the same time, this thing is fast with its 1.51GHz quad core processor and 2GB ram, multi task without a problem. It is probably the best Android tablet out there to date and it has a nice price tag in Sainsbury's. The only thing to take into consideration before purchasing this monster is whether or not to go for the 16GB or 32GB model as there is no SD card slot, 16GB is more than enough for us to watch movies on Netflix or listen to music on Spotify.
A great purchase!
24 February 2014
Having owned the previous version of this tablet I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of this upgrade.
It is much quicker and a beautiful screen. Camera could be better though
06 February 2014
loving it so far
I'm no computer boffin. This seems to be a great product. There was no instructions but it basically is a larger version of a smartphone (without the phone of course) so far I am finding it easy to use not downloaded any films but watched a few videos and the picture quality is excellent. very happy with the click and collect service as well.
25 January 2014
The Best 7" Tablet You Can Buy
Although not such a massive leap-up from the still outstanding and now more affordable 2012 version as some media reviews would lead you to believe the Nexus 7 2013 is unquestionably the current ultimate 7" tablet. It does everything exceptionally well. It's very, very quick with a truly exceptional screen, it's light-weight, easy to buy accessories for and much, much more besides.
So, any 'negatives' then? Subjectively it's styling is rather bland with a 'numb' wide-ish bezel particularly at the top, also an 8" tablet rather surprisingly packs in far more screen area/has more readable 'larger' text than the modest increment would suggest (simply compare them in-store). However its biggest downside, not unlike Apple i-pads and a few others, is it's lack of any expandable micro-SD card storage. Also again (like i-pads?) it does not support 'flash'. Apart from these unquestionable omissions/disadvantages whilst it's not the cheapest in town in my eyes and many, many others too it's the very best 7" tablet that you can currently buy.
25 January 2014