If you have ever used any of the numerous entry-level Android tablets in the market, you would know how buggy the user experience can be.
But the same operating system combined with a reliable hardware configuration can totally elevate the experience.
Nexus 7 is the first tablet in Nexus line of devices and also the first device for the latest Android 4.1 version, codenamed Jelly Bean.
What draws you to this tablet is the fact that it is pure Android experience, one not marred by any third-party user interface or OEM-branded apps.
It measures 7.8x4.7x0.4 inch in size and weighs around 340 grammes making this ideal to carry around for consumption of media such as ebooks, videos, and most web sites.
With a battery that's more than twice as large as the batteries in most top-end smartphones today, you can easily juice out the device for up to 8-9 hours on a single charge.
Image: The fact that Nexus 7 is Wi-Fi only will certainly keep a segment of folks away.The real competition to Nexus is not from iPad but Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.