Nexus 7 (2013)

n72-4603Welcome to the Nexus 7 (2013) hub page, here we round up all the key links and info in one place.

This is the only tablet page you’ll ever need to know about. And if you do find anything missing, please get in touch.

The first generation ASUS manufactured Nexus 7 (2012) tablet was released in July 2012 by Internet giant Google. With Apple dominating the tablet market it was clear that Google needed to do something to ensure Android stood a chance in the market place.

The original models were quickly followed by a 32gb and 3G mobile enabled version.

The outright success of the first original model led Google to follow on with a second generation Nexus 7 (2013),  in July 2013. This model added a rear facing camera, higher resolution screen and more processing power.

We compare the two models here.

Where to Buy Nexus 7 (2013) in the UK?
So, you’re keen to buy one of these tablets, and why wouldn’t you be?

The Nexus 7 is available in two sizes, 16gb and 32gb which retail and around £199 and £239 respectively. The 32gb model is also available with a SIM card slot for access to the 4G mobile networks.

The prices are fairly consistent across shops, so we suggest finding a store with free delivery, such as  Currys.

For more information, you need to read our buyer’s guide.  Further recommendations and deals can be found in the forum.

For buying info on older models:

Nexus 7 (2013) Reviews

The follow up Google tablet was generally thought to be a great iterative update to the already successful first generation model:

  • PC Pro: “An extraordinary compact tablet that improves on the original in almost every way, once again showing rivals how it’s done”
  • Inquirer: “Blows Android competitors away with its great screen, performance and low price”
  • Expert Reviews: “A refined and powerful evolution, the new Nexus 7 is the best compact Android tablet out there”
  • Wired: “Terrific screen, powerful processor, new camera, low price”
Useful Google Resources
This community site has been set up to allow owners to talk and discuss their new tablet, however Google has plenty of useful resources of their own.

Community Links
Just ordered your Nexus 7, or looking to find out more about your tablet?  Get involved with the community:

Know of anything else we should include on our hub page? Then please get in touch and we’ll add it in!

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