Google's Nexus 7 is still one of the best Android tablets on the market, even after six months of being on the market. With half a year having passed and the competition still unable to topple it from its throne, Google's ASUS-made 7-inch tablet is getting something of a refresh today - but only if you're in the US, UK or Japan.
Android versus iOS is a discussion that people never get tired of. It seems that within every comment board, social network or forum on the internet, there's a good chance you'll come across an iOS user trying to convince an Android user to use their platform, or vice versa. It's clear that users are extremely passionate about their operating system of choice (some more so than others), but for that reason it's important to show how the latest additions to each platforms stack up against each other. In this case, we're talking about the new iPad mini 2 with Retina Display, which was rather sneakingly released by Apple this past week.
In this video test, you'll find iPad Air vs Nexus 7 2013 gaming, benchmarks, booting performance and web browser comparisons.
In the video, you will iPad Air vs Nexus 7 2013 vs iPad mini size, resolution, weight, screen, build quality comparison and more between these three devices.
The Nexus 7 has proven itself to be one of the most popular tablets in the 7-inch department. A gorgeous little form-factor mixed with powerful internal specifications has managed to push the device ahead of the competition, and the 2013 Nexus 7 also follows the same footsteps of its predecessor from last year. However, as popular as the Nexus 7 has proven to be, it's immediately evident that it differs in some aspects to other Jelly Bean powered tablets.
With any new Android device - smartphones and tablets alike - the first thing that people are on a lookout for is ways to customize it even deeper. Now, in the world of Google’s open source operating system, root access is usually the first base that you have to cover to reach somewhere on that front, and that’s exactly what we’re going to teach you to do in this post for the new Nexus 7, also labeled Nexus 7 2013.