The Asus Google Nexus 7" Tablet 32GB browses the web at blazing speeds, providing a snappier response time and better performance when multi-tasking.
• 7 Inch Powerful Tablet
• Cortex-A9 NVIDIA Tegra Quad Core processor
• IPS 350 nits
• 32gb onboard RAM
• 1280 x 800 screen resolution
• ~9 hours battery life*
• Android OS (Android Jelly Bean)
• 802.11 b/g/n
* Performance varies with usage.
When we decided we wanted to get a tablet our main decision maker was price and thus when we bought it, it was on special and half the price in the listing above. We have had this for just over a year now and it has done a good dash.
The bad - After having it for only five months we started to have issues with the tablet and it not charging correctly. Luckily we were still under warranty and took it back in to see what could be done. When we returned it to be repaired we found out that this was a common problem with this tablet and that we may have issues with it again in the future. Another 7 months down the track we had to get help with the tablet and charging it again, and ended up having to buy a new charger cable.
The good - We use this mainly for games, and it takes a decent amount too, which is good since my husband and I have different tastes, at our peak he had 15 games, I had 20, there were about 15 that we both played and 6 for the kids, as well as about 15 different apps for things like games, banking, trademe etc. and what the tablet comes preloaded with.
We've had this for over a year now and only considering changing because we want a bigger screen, this one is still doing good though and will be perfect to let the kids loose on when we have hospital appointments.
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