Why the hoopla?
Google partnered with Asus to build this 7-inch Android tablet, decked it out with above-average specs and priced it aggressively at $200.
The tablet ran Android as Google intended it to be run, which differentiated it from low-priced tablets with custom software builds and an emphasis on content purchases from the likes of Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
[I]t’s the first 7-inch tablet to hit all the right notes, including a quad-core processor, a 10-hour battery, and a finely-tuned version of Android known as Jelly Bean. Unlike Amazon’s Kindle Fire, the Nexus 7 includes all of Google’s own apps and the full Google Play Store. But like the Fire, it has a killer price: $200 for the 8 GB version, and $250 for 16 GB.
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