The Nexus 7 tablet is equipped with quad-core Tegra 3 1.3 GHz processor and a 12 core GPU. The tablet is really responsive, thanks to the 1GB DDR2 RAM. The tablet is a WiFi only, which can be a losing point as most of the android tablets also support 3G. It is also packed with features like Bluetooth, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, GPS and NFC ('Android Beam' to be more precise). And not to forget the the new OS Android JellyBean 4.1.
There's a voice assistant too named Google Now. It is not as much as Siri does but still helps in voice commands for browsing web. With the JellyBean there's also the Google Play v3.7 which now offers Movies, TV Shows, Magazines for legal download, but yes you have to buy them. The display is an IPS one which has a bigger viewing angle than compared to many 7 inches tablets and surprisingly even better than some 10 inches tablets too. The resolution is 1280 x 800p which makes gaming and videos a great experience on the Nexus 7. The battery runs for about 9 hours on work and a day on stand-by, but still there's more to know about.
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On the final words, i would recommend this one personally as it's a perfect combination of price and performance. In just 199$ to 249$ you can own one. But if you have time to wait then do wait for the new Amazon Kindle Fire which is expected to be launched on July 31st.
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