The Google Nexus 7 is a fulfillment of a promise made last year by Nvidia, that they would soon offer a $200 tablet with the power of their latest quad-core mobile architecture. In practical terms, that means an Android tablet with the raw processing power of flagship tablets but costing a third of the price.
The tablet, with Asus hardware and the latest Google Android software, offers one of the most compelling cases for tablet ownership yet at a £159 price point that UK customers have never experienced. As a friend of mine mentioned at the time, “At that price, you can’t afford not to get one.”
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