Cisco Nexus Review
Some of the valuable features are HD graphics, Voice Search, and Google Now Cards.


What is most valuable?

With the invention of the Tablet, the world of Desktop and laptops have probably returned to the Stone Age.

With the advent of Nexus 7, Google's new wonder Tablet, Amazon's Kindle Fire has got a tough competitor.

Nexus 7 is not only one of the best among 7-inch Tablets, but it is also threatening to oust 10-inch ones off the market as well.

With a beautifully engineered hardware and Android OS, Nexus 7 is definitely a choice worth making.

The product is a joint venture between Google and Asus. It has a powerful Nvidia Tegra3 1.2 GHz quad core processor that makes it lightning fast.

Its HD graphics can also make other products jealous.

Features like Voice Search and Google Now Cards are interfaced with new cutting-edge Android OS Jelly Bean.

What needs improvement?

There are absolutely no issues to worry about Nexus 7 if you decide to pick it. Its portrait shaped screen only becomes landscape when you watch movies or operate any other application that requires the landscape screen. In comparison to iPad, Nexus 7 has a fewer number of apps for entertainment. You may feel the absence of a heavyweight, rear camera. Its front camera does all the work as of now.

What other advice do I have?

With an affordable price of $200, Nexus 7 is definitely going to rock the market of Tablets. The device is easy to handle, as it is smaller than other 10-inch Tablets and has a Portrait shape. With a nice finish with its looks, it is lucrative too. Google also offers $25 of credit for each Nexus user. Its battery life is about 7 to 8 hours under normal performance.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.

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