Nexus 7 is just making it to buyers hands, barely a week old, and we're already starting to talk about its successor. What's going on here? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills. ASUS and Google built a stunning tablet with both the first and now the second Nexus 7, but new reports today are claiming Google will opt for LG next year and drop ASUS.
ASUS continually raising the bar. The latest such device to come from the company's line up is the MeMo Pad HD 7 which has now become available online for pre-orders for a very low price.
HP's SlateBook x2 has appeared early in the company's US sales website. The SlateBook x2 is HP's entry into the Android convertible market that is currently dominated by ASUS.
ASUS have been successful in the Android space with the Nexus 7 and Transformer tablet series, but one area they've struggled to gain traction is with smartphones. The company has been busy with their ASUS Padfone and FonePad, but penetrating the already crowded US smartphone market is the next challenge they want to take on.
Google showed the world that the best 7-inch Android tablet could be even better. A little over a year after releasing their first 7-inch slate, they are back with an all-new and improved Nexus 7. With their second tablet, Google just outshined all the others on the market, and that includes the lustrous iPad mini. If you've been debating whether or not to buy a small 7-inch tablet you'll want to read on for our full thoughts on this new king of the hill.
Nexus 7 was announced earlier this week, and is apparently already being sold a few days early from multiple outlets. We all know how Nexus accessories aren't the easiest things to get our hands-on, but apparently ASUS has plenty already in the works for the new tablet. Yes, it's made by ASUS in case you didn't know, and we're now seeing tons of colorful cases, and more.
Google announced the new ASUS made Google Nexus 7 tablet to replace their wildly popular slate from last year. Simply calling it the new Nexus 7, not the Nexus 7 2, this new device comes packed and ready to rock. With more than 70 million Android tablet's sold to date, the newest member to join the lineup surely is impressive, and will sell by the truckloads. We've seen countless leaks but now we've got our hands all over it, so read on to see what we think.
Nexus 7 has been announced. And nicely, it looks like we can now begin calling it the Nexus 7, as opposed to the Nexus 7 2. The breakfast also brought details of Android 4.3, but for now how about we concentrate on the tablet itself. After all, this Nexus 7 refresh does bring some worthwhile changes. Talk of this new Nexus 7 began with a mention of how they were "staying focused on the same things that made the original so successful."
Nexus 7 tablet, but this morning we just received the best one yet. While they aren't crisp live images, the folks from Android Police received an entire gallery of press images. Seeing every angle you'd like, including a fresh new wallpaper which hints at Android 4.3 Jelly Bean on board. Since previous images were showing the latest 4.2.2 builds stock background.
PadFone - ASUS's combination smartphone and tablet - has received a software update from the device maker, bringing it up to version 10.2.4.1. With this update comes several big changes, most of them being in the form of stability improvements and enhancements to already-existing features.