Asus Nexus 7

9.0
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Reviewed by Shankerton (Currently owns)

It's a great device. It's smooth and responsive, and the best Android tablet for cheap you can buy. The speakers sound crummy with high bass audio, and on occasion the OS chugs briefly after installing apps and unlocking the screen.

The design is simply fantastic to hold. The curvature of the device makes holding it one handed feel as natural - if not moreso than some smartphones.

It's also the only tablet I've dropped off a table and not had any major issues with it afterwards. It handles everything I've thrown at it with ease - though again, Android still isn't as smooth as iOS (and I don't even own an iOS product, but I can't say it's lag free).

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  • Battery life 10
  • Ecosystem 9
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