Tagged: Nexus 7
over at iFixit have been in a bit of a teardown frenzy, first giving the Chromecast a quick dissection, then heading straight to the newly unveiled Nexus 7 2013 tablet. Despite some glue that makes removing the battery a bit tricky, the tablet is easy to disassemble, and was awarded with a score of 7 out of 10.
Nexus 7 a few days early, Google's decided to join them. After initially confirming the new slate would go on sale July 30th, Google has surprised us all and opened all orders this afternoon. You can get the new Nexus 7 right now from Google Play.
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.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, as well as the new and improved Nexus 7, but for those with last years model an update is on the way. As you all probably know, Wednesday Google also announced the 4.3 update was rolling out to all the recent Nexus devices, but it has been a slow and staged push.
Nexus 7 has already begun arriving with one retailer. That retailer is Best Buy and the tablet is available for online purchase as of this morning. Gone is the pre-order button and in the place is a simple add-to-cart button.
just unveiled a brand new option that is probably your best bet. As you all know Google just dropped the new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean powered Nexus 7 on the world, and it comes at a great price. While we're not the biggest fans of these types of comparisons, we're sure a few wouldn't mind a quick rundown.
Google announced and unveiled the new Nexus 7 tablet running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, or the awesome new Chromecast, we have you covered. First you'll want to check out all of our hands-on pictures and videos linked to below, and then watch the full event as Google's just released the entire press event video.
Android 4.3 and the Chromecast dongle yesterday (as well as several other smaller items), however when it came to tablets the talk was about the Nexus 7. Of course, that is only one of the two tablets currently available by way of the Google Play Store. That other is the Nexus 10 and the lack of a mention yesterday seems to have caused some to worry about the future of the 10-inch device.
unveiled the new Nexus 7 during their 'breakfast' event yesterday and while they were pretty forthcoming with details of a US release, there wasn't much said for those in the UK. With that in mind, it looks like some UK-based retailers have begun listing the tablet for pre-order. There are a few listings available at this time, however while the pricing appears consistent the same cannot be said for the shipping dates.