MobileBurn.com – Here is my very rough unboxing and first look at the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Nexus 7-powered tablet from ASUS. It features a 1280×800 display, a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, and a front-facing camera for video chats. More Info: www.mobileburn.com
Video Rating: 4/5

We take a brief look at the new Lenovo 7, 9 and 10-inch Android tablets at IFA 2012th
Video Rating: 4/5

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43 thoughts on “Google Nexus 7 Android tablet from ASUS – first look of I / O 2012

  1. ianman6 says:

    To be fair, Apple is more than just good marketing. They are good in design and consumer research. But they are really good marketing. Disclaimer: I do not own Apple products, and probably never will, but I’m not an Apple hater.

  2. Tgsachse says:

    And PDAs, there were in ’84. Essentially, Apple just updated and marketed something that already exists. Very well done. But now companies like Google are able to take the (shitty) iPad and new devices like this Nexus 7 (which really is worth the price).

  3. TheTrezz09 says:

    While they did not invent it obviously it would be stupid, the fact that the popularity of the iPad, many manufacturers enter the tablet market or denying their tablets to design a certain way. Some credit should be the person who brought something to go into the mainstream market. I do not think many people are looking at too many tablets for occasional use before the iPad. The same argument could be made for the iPhone as well. Please rest assured, I am not a “fanboy” either.

  4. TheRealDusky says:

    Apple tablet “popular” with the only thing they’re good at -. Marketing This is it. Tablets were not terrible before Apple has them – they just were not really focused on the same market …

  5. Wojciech Kozłowski says:

    Apple has now got its own cards 🙂 SO … Google GMaps my support for iOS only on the moment when android will have a huge base of clients in the U.S.. Then Apple can forget about most of Google Apps including original Google YouTube … or. till the moment when Google maps have POI good cover that is overwhelming right now

  6. AndroidObserve says:

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  7. Israel Lai says:

    Well, at least Google is the launcher from Honeycomb from, have no options menu. There are not really many settings in the stock launcher, and that’s why there are custom launchers. And you see, Apex has no options menu either. Custom ROMs you can change the settings in the Systemeinstellungen.Und my opinion that makes Lenovo Android wrong, from the perspective of Google Design.Ist it suck? It is your and my personal opinion, I do not think it’s idiotic.

  8. adir mugrabi says:

    because of the idiotic claim you should touch! menuless no app, especially not one rocket! that’s the reason why all the stock launcher sucks so bad. because they do not give the user a menu item. for things like transition animation selection, row and coll quantity etc. ..

  9. dman8126 says:

    Lenovo ever lead to a tablet or phone on the market? While I’m sure these tablets are very good, it just seems like another round of uninspired Android Tablets. Where is the distinction between this and tablet xyz.

  10. DG says:
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    This review is from: Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet – MID7012-4G (Black) (Personal Computers)

    I bought 3 of them for my three grandaughters. You can install the amazon app store on it and get android apps that install easy and play very well. Amazon gives a paid app for free I believe daily. I was able to install apps like Angry birds on them for free and they work very well. Also I was impressed with this tablet, for the money a very good buy. I know, but it’s not an IPad and I would not compare it to. Either of most budget tablets, this is one of the best I played with each for a while and watched videos online. I have no problems. The screen is resistive, but I was able to scroll and without the stylus unlike some others tablets that i tried out first.I did a lot of searches on the internet and compared many tablets in the same type bought several category.I and had to return them. For me this was the winner.

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  • dcinindy says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 298 of 307 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars great for the money , 12 November 2011
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    This review is from: Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet – MID7012-4G (Black) (Personal Computers)

    I have this for 3 weeks and am very pleased with it. The get jar app store is good, plus I downloaded the amazon store apps kindle, and b & n nook. The speed is fine, connect to wi-fi very easily, and works great as an e-reader. It comes with headphones, mini-USB to USB adapter, stylus, and protective sleeve. The sleeve is only to protect that stuff slide tablet screen etc. You can store the stylus in a holder on sleeve. I recommend. A great entry level tablet.

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    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 358 of 372 people found the following review helpful:
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    review is from: Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet – MID7012-4G (Black) (Personal Computers)

    I had thought and looked into to an iPad or any of the other larger tablets, but realized that if I wanted to spend so much money that I can. well from a laptop Yes, they look cool and all, and the number of 3rd party things for it are out there, but I realized that I really do not want something. Big in size I wanted something that I could easily carry in to, what e-mail I had waiting for me to read at some point, could sit and read a book, and play a few games. I had looked at some other 7 “tablets, but there was just something about them that just does not give me the desire to buy them, then I came to this one.
    It’s heavier than I expected, and takes longer to start than I would like, but it works for me.I have no problems connecting to Wi-Fi networks, the apps that I have added great work go from portrait to landscape mode is fast, a video of YouTube and elsewhere works fine, and I have to make even able to Skype calls with no problems.
    The problem that I had with him, is that the battery is not long, and it would be really nice if they had made it a little bigger or added a clasp for the stylist. I also do not like the fact that if you lay on a table the screen will automatically switch to landscape.
    The Apps Store uses ( GetJar) has many things to keep me happy, but I’m not looking for them one billion things to do. far I have enjoyed the e-reader (Aldiko) as it is easy to read things.
    If You need all the bells & whistles of the iPad, then buy an iPad. If you are looking for something that is looking to do the basics quickly so you can do other things in life, this is a good choice …

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