With tablet computers being more powerful than ever before, it looks like they’re about to pass a milestone. Reports are that tablets will pass notebook computers in units shipped in 2013, which will be the first time tablets have outsold computers.
Google’s Nexus 7 brings together the best of two worlds, being both affordable and very competitive performance-wise. How many of you agree with that? Very many, right? But what if we were to present to you a 7-incher going for just 50 bucks more while considerably upping the spec ante?
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In case you own a Nexus 7 tablet then you probably know that Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is already available for the device and can be installed immediately, which you probably already did as soon as the update came out.
In addition to launching the new Nexus devices today, including the Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and 32GB Nexus 7 flavors, Google has also started rolling out Android 4.2 updates for some of the existing, “older,” Nexus smartphones and tablets. Moreover, the company has also pushed out Android 4.2 to AOSP, which means developers can already tinker with it.
It’s already November 13 in some parts of the world which means lucky Android buyers are already able to order their new Nexus devices. That’s the case for Australian Android fans, who can purhcase the new Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 from Google Play right now.
The Android 4.1 Nexus 7 tablet was meant to be Google’s content delivery device, but it can be re-purposed into a productivity tool with apps from Google Play.
With the Nexus 7 8GB coming to an end, stores that currently carry it will be doing what they can to get rid of it. Staples has started everyone off by offering the Nexus 7 8GB for a measly $160. The only catch? You have to actually go into Staples as this is only available at the brick and mortar locations and not available online.
When Asus originally announced the Nexus 7 coupon offer for those who purchased before October 29, there was a bit of confusion. And well, the company has since returned with an update that should avoid any future confusion.
If you’re planning to get the Google Nexus 7 in 32GB flavor in the UK, you may want to take advantage of the following offers by some retailers in the country.