Here's my review of the ASUS 7 Inch Tablet Sleeve. This fits the New Nexus 7 and pretty much any other 7 inch tablet out there. I think it's definitely worth the price.
I want to buy a USED tablet to do following things:
Web browsing about 5-6 hours
Long lasting,Durable.Will not update tablet atleast in 5 yrs
I m in dilemma which inch tablet i need.7 or 10 inch?If 10 then should i go(older) nexus 10 instead of samsung tab 3 10.1 (newer)?If 7 inch then should i go for nexus 7 2012 8GB model instead of 2013 model?
Budget is 170 $ b
ASUS seems intent on dominating the budget-tablet market by introducing yet another tablet called the MeMO Pad. This 7-inch tablet features a 1,024 x 600 display, a VIA WM8950 chip clocked at 1GHz plus a Mali-400 GPU, is available in 8GB or 16GB configurations (plus a microSD card slot) and has Jelly Bean running the show.
I’m not sure if you remember the cool 7-inch ASUS tablet we got to check out at this years CES, the MeMO 171. This little device stuck out in my mind after leaving the show for one reason, it’s ability to use a the bundled Bluetooth MeMIC to make and receive phone calls through the tablet.
At this week's Computex conference in Taipei, Asus unveiled an Android-based hybrid tablet/smartphone device called the Padfone, embedding a removable smartphone in a 10.1-inch tablet. The company also announced a more conventional seven-inch tablet called the Eee Pad Memo 3D, with Android 3.x, a stylus, and glasses-free 3D video playback....
The Nexus 7 tablet was the talk of Google I/O, and for good reason. For $199 you get a device with high-end specs that even today’s top tablets have a hard time competing with. With a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on board, and a 7-inch HD screen, it’s amazing Google and ASUS were able to manufacture this device for so little money.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttThe Nexus 7 is Google first ever own-branded tablet, and thanks to a one-two punch of impressive power, features and 7-inch size combined with a starting US $199 price point serves as a strong proactive strike against any upcoming and similarly sized iPad Mini.
If you’ve always wished your tablet was smaller than your existing tablet yet appreciably bigger than your
I'm in the market for a tablet and since owning the nexus 4, I want to only buy nexus products. I want a 7 inch nexus tablet which I know I can buy now for 199, but with May approaching, I'm sure a new 7 inch tablet is on the horizon. It's not a dire necessity to get the tablet now but May seems soooo far away (LOL). Any advice/suggestions?