Ex­cel­lence Re­de­fined

The 2013 edi­tion of Google Nexus 7, de­vel­oped in part­ner­ship with ASUS, has the lat­est An­droid OS ver­sion and out­per­forms oth­ers in its seg­ment.

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - FIRST TAKE - By Nidhi Sin­gal

I am an Ap­ple fan, but I was ac­tu­ally quite ex­cited about test­ing the Nexus 7. De­vel­oped in part­ner­ship with ASUS, Google has con­tin­ued with the same name, Nexus 7, for its 2013 edi­tion too. The best part about the tablet is that it packs in the lat­est ver­sion of the An­droid op­er­at­ing sys­tem. It also has good specs and costs less than Ap­ple’s iPad Mini with Retina Dis­play.

Un­like most 7-inch tablets in por­trait mode, which are un­com­fort­able to hold in a sin­gle hand, the Nexus 7 eas­ily fits in one hand. It has got a sim­ple de­sign, with the screen at the front and a matte fin­ish black back. The head­phone jack is at the top, power key and vol­ume con­trols on the right panel, with the charg­ing port at the bot­tom. The high res­o­lu­tion dis­play is bright and sharp that makes read­ing text

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