Written on: 16/11/2012
Having strolled the web for months reading reviews on which best Tablet to purchase comparing prices and functionality, I finally opted for the Google Nexus 7 Tablet. I have not been disappointed.
It was originally for my wife who would rather just pick up and use than go through the desk top routine. It portable, sturdy but light and very easy to use from the minute you switch it on. First class processor was my initial steer towards this tablet (and lets face it there are thousands out there, cheaper and often bigger)along with ample web browsing storage. Android apps in abundance many of which are free and as a welcome pack, Google also give you £15.00 to spend on their site of apps/games etc free along with the tablet.
The graphics are first class and playing games on the Nexus is smooth and blur free. Accessing free wi-fi is easy and you can also link in with your own house wi-fi in seconds, no fiddly downloads, no bridging and no messing about with dongles etc.
Battery lasts about 8 to 10 hours continual use and this includes HD quality playback. Stunning visual playback.
Overall I must admit, it is hard to put down once you feel the tablet in your hand and with the web at your finger tips, the world is in your hands again.