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