The “if – not – iOS – then – me” Asus Google Nexus 7 2013 Wi-Fi

The Asus Google Nexus 7 2013 Wi-Fi: That one 7 – inch tablet that avails itself for you as an alternative to iPad!


Claimed to be the “best” 7 – inch tablet in the market, Asus Google Nexus 7 2013 is the tablet for the common man. Affordably excellent and smart, this invention by Google and Asus is an effort towards the direction of technological advancement.

Sneak Peek

The recent addition to the Nexus family is a smart 7 – inch long tablet associated with beefy specs and an extra stretch of pixels per inch. It successfully beats iPad over its parts and the affordability. You are accessible to an advanced version of functionality by investing a little more money.

What’s cool What’s not so cool
Comfortable Holding Built Up 


Quick Peformance

Convincing Battery life

Display Offers Enthralling Reading Experience

Preoccupied 6 GB Space

Dirt Cheap Option Eliminated 

Minor Inaccuracy in Colours

The 64 GB Storage Space is Missing






The beloved Android version – Jelly Bean stays. Five home screens available to sort your widgets, apps and folders. Six applications or folders can be held by the dock while the app drawer button is right in the middle. Like every other mobile phone, the tablet is embedded with three control buttons namely back, home and recent apps. These buttons can re-orient themselves when the user uses the tablet in a landscape or a portrait mode because they are touch buttons, not the physical ones.

The device is a boon to multiple users since privacy of each one of them is maintained. The user who sets the device is the “admin” of Nexus 7. The power to delete users lies with the admin who is linked to them through different Google accounts. Users can be linked through the same account, which might hamper privacy, but will allow you to preserve your Google wallet by sharing the Google Play purchases.

Different users are represented by different colored icons on the lock screen. To switch over to another account, you just have to click on a particular icon and enter the password.



Google and Asus have together, incorporated a 5 – mega pixel rear camera in Nexus 7. Clarity of the pictures clicked is questionable due to the low MP count but it really doesn’t matter for a tablet, does it? The camera is average and struggles while clicking pictures in bright, dim or uneven light conditions. The front camera is a 1.2 mega pixel camera which is crucial for video calling and conferences on Skype or Google Hangouts. The video is slightly pixelated but, on an overall note, Nexus 7 doesn’t really disappoint you.



The brand-new Nexus 7 is associated with a battery of 3950 mAh. The battery life becomes low when compared to the first Nexus 7 model which incorporated a 4325 mAh battery. To be precise, the tablet has a battery life of 9 hours. The shift of opinion to a smaller sized cell has not hampered its longevity in our day to day lives. Reviews revealed that after a good work out session with the tablet wherein emails were checked, movies were watched and other social media websites were surfed, the battery scaled hardly below 75% which is a great advantage to us!

When you switch on the night mode in your Nexus 7 and enable all applications, a mere fall of about 4 % in the battery is observed the next morning.

Some Best Features of ASUS Google Nexus 7

·An amazing battery life.
·The convenience of multiple users.
·The front camera that escalates its usefulness.
·The dock that manages six applications at a time.

Tech Specs


Dimensions (mm) 114.00 x 200.00 x 8.65
Weight (g) 290.00
Battery capacity (mAh) 3950
Removable battery No
Colours Black


Screen size (inches) 7.02
Touchscreen No
Resolution 1920×1200 pixels
Pixels per inch (PPI) 323


Processor 1.5GHz quad-core
Processor make Qualcomm Snapdragon
Internal storage 16GB
Expandable storage No


Rear camera 5-megapixel
Flash No
Front camera 1.2-megapixel


Operating System Android 4.3


Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported 802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth Yes, v 4.00
Infrared No
Headphones 3.5mm


The new Nexus 7 is a pocket friendly device that gives you a brilliant Android experience. If you are an Android freak, be proud enough to hold the Nexus 7 in your hand because it has set an example and also has set a standard for other Android tablets.


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"Gadgets For You" Belongs to Srishti Agarwal, a commerce graduate by degree but a technophile and a writer by heart. Her love for gadgets and writing made her choose a profession which is altogether a new journey. Being a novice in the blogging community, she strives to provide her audience with reviews on the latest gadgets and guidance tips on OS and Applications.

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