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.
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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.
Nexus 7 promo videos. This one has been posted on the 'googlenexus' YouTube channel and measures in at just shy of 1 minute and 30 seconds. Perhaps the more important aspect here is how the video doesn't dive all that deep into the specs and instead focuses on a real-world use case.
70 million Android tablets activated. Of course, that number ties directly to the first topic that was discussed -- the new Nexus 7.
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.
Google's Android event, Hugo Barra has been busy announcing the new Nexus 7 tablet, as well as Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Which we'll talk about in a moment. He also broke some excellent news about a 4G LTE model of the new Nexus 7. As we all know, the slate has leaked all month long and nothing is a surprise. We knew 4G LTE was coming, but not to the extent he just announced.
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."