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Google Nexus 7 Inch Tablet 16GB - Android

Viking Number Q2D-2085824

Slim and light weight ideal to use on the go

Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB RAM ensure everything runs smoothly.

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Amazing Value for Money
Only £159 (ex VAT)
£159.00
Each
(£190.80 incl. VAT)

Description

Slim and light weight ideal to use on the go

Up to 10 hours battery life

Dual-band Wi-Fi allows you to connect anywhere

High resolution allows vivid images and videos

Clean, simple design that is light and compact enough to travel with.

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Specifications

Viking Number Q2D-2085824 
Audio Playback Time 9 Hours 
Battery Life 10 
Bluetooth Yes 
Cellular Network Optional 4G LTE 
Connection type Micro USB, 3.5mm Jack 
Dimensions H x W x D 8.6x114x200 mm 
Display Screen Technology 7 Inch / 1080p HD IPS 
Graphics Card Qualcomm ADRENO 320 
Processor Brand QUALCOMM 
Resolution 1,920 x 1,200 Pixel 
Touchscreen Multi-Touch 
Brand Google 
EAN 4716659543077 
Memory capacity 16 GB 
Colour black 
Interface 1 x Headset, 1 x Micro-USB 
Processor Speed 1.5 GHz 
Processor model Snapdragon S4 
CameraType Front & back facing 
Weight 300 g 
Wireless Wi-Fi 
Built-in Devices Speakers & Microphone 
Operating system Android 4.3 
Unit Each 
Google Nexus 7 Inch Tablet 16GB Android
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Reviews

Google Nexus 7 Inch Tablet 16GB - Android reviews verified by Reevoo

Battery life
8.2
Design
8.9
Size and weight
9.1
Performance
9.1
Value for money
9.0
Overall rating
8.9
Scores 8.9 out of 10 based on 426 reviews
9 out of 10

Alex

Cardiff GB
+
Beautiful design (if you like that sort of thing), great performance on Kit-Kat (everything seems to run smoothly), and most importantly, it's not an iPad.
Takes a while to get used to the best (most comfortable) way to hold it, especially if you have smallish hands, but that's only a minor grumble. I also find that Samsung's TouchWiz has some slight advantages over stock Android which I miss on the Nexus compared to my phone, but there are almost certainly apps to address that if you really want them.
Confirmed purchase: 03 January 2014
Published on: 28 January 2014
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