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Google Nexus 7 Tablet Review: Solid, but Not Revolutionary

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Nexus 7

4/5

At a Glance

The best 7-inch Android tablet you can buy today, the Nexus 7 delivers solid performance and usability at a value price; but it also has at-times funky text rendering and its lack of a microSD card slot makes the 16GB model the better option.

Pros

  • Optically bonded display minimizes glare
  • Solid design

Cons

  • Lacks a MicroSD card slot
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At a Glance

The best 7-inch Android tablet you can buy today, the Nexus 7 delivers solid performance and usability at a value price; but it also has at-times funky text rendering and its lack of a MicroSD card slot makes the 32GB model the better option.

Pros

  • Optically bonded display minimizes glare
  • Has unlocked HSPA+-capable Micro-SIM card slot.

Cons

  • Lacks a MicroSD card slot
 Compare

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