Today I have a special introduction for those of you who hear the name Nexus for the first time. I will even make it short: Google Nexus is a line of mobile devices that use the Android operating system produced by Google in cooperation with selected hardware manufacturers. The Nexus 7 I am going to introduce to you in today’s video review is a tablet computer produced by Google in conjunction with Asus.
The display of the Asus Nexus 7 is LED-backlit IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors and resolution of 1280×800 pixels
Asus introduced the Nexus 7 as the world’s first tablet which supports the Android version 4.1 aka Jelly Bean.
The design of this device is simple and sleek. Its dimensions of 198.5x120x10.5mm along with the light weight of only 340g makes it a compact and ultra portative machine. It’s black all over and particularly comfortable to handle and use thanks to the rubberised surface on the backside.
The display of the Asus Nexus 7 is LED-backlit IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors and resolution of 1280×800 pixels. Corning gorilla glass protects your ultra portative and compact screen from scratches.
The tablet connectivity is additionally enhanced with the NFC technology that allows you to easily share contacts, websites, apps, maps and many more
Inside the world’s first 7’’ Jelly Bean Nexus we find NVIDIA Tegra ® 3, Quad-Core processor running at 1.2 Ghz frequency which delivers an advanced multimedia and browsing experience. For this also contributes the 1 GB operating RAM.
The two HQ speakers are placed on the back bottom of the body and the sound that came out of them during the tests was pretty decent. Talking about interface, the Nexus 7 also features a microUSB port, a built-in microphone and a docking pin.
The tablet features 1.2 MP front camera for your ultimate communication comfort. You can try it out in Google+ hangouts where you can video chat with up to 9 people. It also shoots video at 720p. From Asus offer two options for the memory storage of the Nexus 7 those are 8GB and 16GB.
Inside the world’s first 7’’ Jelly Bean Nexus we find NVIDIA Tegra ® 3, Quad-Core processor running at 1.2 Ghz frequency
The tablet connectivity is additionally enhanced with the NFC technology that allows you to easily share contacts, websites, apps, maps, YouTube videos and many more just holding two devices close.
What we found particularly useful is the voice typing function – it quickly creates emails, SMS, notes, converting your voice into text.The battery is a standart 16Wh Li-on one that handles up to 10 hours with a single charge.
Compact shape, good performance, multiple applications, and the latest version of Android and all this at an affordable price, what more could we ask for?