Google’s second-generation Nexus 7 tablet packs a more powerful processor, a full HD screen and strong speakers into a slimmer package.
With its second 7-inch Android device, Google just served notice on the tablet makers of the world. Again. The new Nexus 7 (starting at $229, $269 as tested) sports an even sleeker profile than before, a high-def 1920 x 1200-pixel screen, a powerful processor and stereo speakers. It’s also the first device to run Android 4.3. Is all that worth $30 more than the original? You bet it is.
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- Thin and light design
- Bright, crisp display
- Very strong performance
- Impressive stereo speakers
- Above average battery life
- Storage not expandable
- Parental controls not as comprehensive as competitors