The Google Nexus 7 Is Still The Best Android Tablet Yet [VIDEO REVIEW]

When Google released the Nexus 7 a year ago, the reviews were astounding. Before the release of the Nexus 7 there was really no “rhyme or reason” to the Android tablet market. While there were many different tablets running Android, there was no consistent user experience. Each tablet was filled with proprietary “bloatware” that eat battery life and rob the user of the true Android OS experience.

The price tag was another true selling point at $199 for a an 8BG version. This was the first true Android device that even got close to the 200 dollar mark. Since, they have released the 16 BG and still has a remarkable pricetag at $249.

The 2nd generation Nexus 7 promises to be even better. The price point should remain close the same at an estimated $229, but the hardware and software will be much improved. The new Nexus will be shipped with Android 4.3 which has lots of new features. The most anticipated is restricted control for different users. The new Nexus will also have a much improved HD screen with a super high resolution of 1920 x 1200. This is much higher than the iPad mini which has a much higher price tag. The Nexus will also have a 1.5 GHZ Snapdragon processor and 2 GB of RAM.

The design will be a bit thinner, less wide and same length. It will have less of a rounded corner feel which should streamline the profile and will have users smiling. Still the standard MicroUSB port and no expandable storage, but with cloud storage cheap and readily available, this shouldn’t be an issue. Also with the new Chromecast device released by Google, streaming directly from the Nexus 7 should be a dream.

New processor, gaming, videos, and other processor intense apps will run flawlessly. The user should experience no lag or choppy video when doing anything on the device and that includes multi-tasking. This new Nexus is set to stun ‘techies’ yet again.

Your local cat-man-du should have these in stock soon after their release.