Android and tablets haven't done well together in the past, but this year at I/O conference Google introduced something which could well change that relation between Android and Tablets - Google introduced its low cost tablet - Nexus 7, manufactured by Asus for Google, the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 based Tegra 3 quad-core processor tablet is the best way a gadget freak can spend his $200 today! The 7 inch 12 ounce Nexus 7 is decent in build quality, nothing exceptional but ideal for the purpose, powered by NVidia quad core processor Tegra 3, clocking 1.3 GHz! Nexus 7 is very easy to operate, though only has wi-fi in the name of connectivity and is too dependent on the Play Store for content and usage, so constant wi-fi connectivity is a must with this tablet! Jelly Bean is a very smooth experience with not many visual differences from Ice Cream Sandwich, the processor, RAM and the GPUs are a very good combo on this entry level Android tablet! The screen is average - nothing exceptional! Nexus 7 also has NFC which only makes it future friendly, lack of expandable memory and camera is sorely missed!
If you have $200 to spare and need a decent Android device, Nexus 7 is the one you should buy! Along with if you want to enjoy Nexus 7 accessories to enhance your entertainment. Just check here for more trendy and versatile Nexus 7 accessories.