Technology: The tablet Nexus 7
It is a 7-inch Android tablet, with the IPS display is equipped, which has a 4-core Tegra 3 CPU with integrated GPU and has 1GB of RAM. The Nexus 7 was developed from ASUS in a relatively short time. The Nexus 7 tablet is available in two versions, which differ only in the size of the built-in flash memory: 8GB flash memory and with 16 GB of flash memory. Of course, not only the price makes the Nexus 7 tablet from Google interesting, but also the technical cornerstones leave much expectation.
Us is the 16 GB version and the following test, we will explore what is in the tablet plugged in and whether it can meet the expectations.The Nexus 7 is supplied in a black box, which is coated with a coloured print. Included with the tablet computer includes a USB power adapter, a USB data and charging cable, a short manual for the tablet and a warranty booklet. You will not find an extensive range of accessories but there is everything to use the tablet.
The housing consists of a base plate made of black plastic, which is provided with a whole structure and this somewhat reminiscent of the look of a golf ball. The plastic handle gives a feeling as if it were rubber.The edge of the display is framed with a fever-coloured plastic and the top is finished with a protective sheet of Corning Gorilla Glass. The 7-inch tablet has an attractive design and the workmanship is impeccable, all housing parts are assembled accurately. The base plate is rounded at the sides and the subsequent coloured plastic frame. Therefore, there are no hard edges. Through the interaction of rounded edges, holes and rubber grip, the texture of Nexus 7 is safe and comfortable.
Silver-coloured edge of the Nexus 7
The 7-inch tablet has a size of 198.5 x 120 mm, a height of 10.5 millimetres and brings 340 grams on the scale. A larger tablet certainly has its charm. The Nexus 7 is neither too big nor too heavy, and thanks to the other features, it is very comfortable to use.