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This tech review is comprehensive to know about Google Nexus 7. No 3G/4G chip is only minus point for me.

Google’s Nexus 7 aims for the Kindle Fire and iPad — but can a true Android tablet finally make a dent?

By Joshua Topolsky on June 29, 2012 03:32 am 137Comments

Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is not exactly a surprise. Nor is the fact that I’m able to work on a review of the product just hours after the device was announced. For years now, Google has had the uncanny habit of not only making big announcements at its I/O events, but then immediately sharing what it has shown off with developers and members of the press.

This year was over the top. Not only did Google hand out its new, 7-inch, $199 Nexus 7 tablet, but it also introduced a new version of Android (4.1) called Jelly Bean, upgraded its flagship phone, and… rolled out the Nexus Q. Perhaps the most odd of all, the Q is a spherical media player / amp which functions as a wired audio and video output for all of your Google content.

But the main course […]