Google’s New Nexus 7 Tablet
James is our guest writer today and is giving his personal review on Google Nexus 7 Tablet. Take it away James!
Google has released the much awaited new tablet from the company, the first device to be coming out with its new OS Jelly bean, also represents a break from the company’s standard practice, pointing towards Google’s frustration towards the manufacturing partners in the Open Handset Alliance, the ones that have not been able to affect Apple’s iPad market share considerably.
The Nexus brand name has been used by Google for its plethora of releases of various smart phones in the past few years, which represents that these devices have the best and most recent version of Android OS fitted onto them; they have the capacity to get new Android updates first and foremost along with the quality of being developer friendly. In addition, this latest Google Nexus 7 tab is focused towards both ends, the general public as well as the developers. It has the Google Play Store rather strongly featured in its default home screen widgets, in all probability, to attempt to convince users to buy eBooks and apps and also to get them to rent movies.
To buy or not buy…and while we are at it…which one to buy?
While considering the decision of buying any new gadget, especially a tablet pc, one of the key variables from the user end is the balance between what the device has to offer- be it in terms of the specs or the features, etc.- and its cost effectiveness given the variety of tabs available in the market with all sorts of brands, specs, features, pluses and minuses. Well, if you are considering purchasing this fully loaded latest Nexus 7 tab there are a few things you need to know. If you are buying this tab through the Google Play Store the cost of the device plus the shipping charges for Fedex come out to be $268.99 for the basic 8gb version while the 16gb version costs $319. Most of the Australian retailers sell the same tab but mostly the 16gb version only. However, on some days they run out of stock due to such greater demand than the expected figures and the given supply.
Can I possibly get in any cheaper?
It would surprise you and you might want to run off towards the phone or the PC to get a hold of some contacts in the U.S. after coming to know that the prices for this Nexus 7 tab in USA are $199 and $249 respectively plus shipping costs obviously, which makes the Australian market rates look way too plumped out and even morally reprehensible. Not so fast folks, don’t hold your breath on this one because one of the reasons for the distinction in pricing is because Australian prices have 10% GST included while in U.S. market case the state sales taxes are added to them at the checkout rendering the difference not as much as it initially seemed to be.
Furthermore, to make the price more affordable for the average user Google has made the Nexus 7 as WiFi only and an SD card slot is also not included. One of the reasons contributing towards that might be to push users to buy the 16gb version and also get them to use cloud services for storage of any files that require extra storage. However, while making such decisions and especially while using cloud services and downloading apps, users must be aware of the potential dangers that they could be exposed to including cell phone spy apps, android spyware and malware of all other sorts. So whatever you choose and then use, make your decisions wisely.
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