Thoughts on the Nexus 7: Part II

I am officially in the 7" camp now. I'm convinced that this is a better screen size for my needs over the 10" iPad. I think the iPad Nano (as I like to call it) will be a real winner! 
 
 
 Gaming is better on the smaller size tablet for me as touch controls are more accessible with my thumbs being able to reach any part of the screen while gripping the sides of the device.  
 
 
 The price of this tablet along with the free content provided, a $10 Google Wallet credit, and a $25 Google Play store credit is insane. This is an amazing price for such a capable device.  
 
 
 I ended up using the device for several hours straight the other night even though I only intended to spend an hour or so on it. The truth is, the experience was enjoyable. I was bouncing between, Twitter, Chrome, emails, Pocket and Dead Trigger with ease and fluidity without a freeze up or crash. I did not expect to be this delighted in my experience. 

  • I am officially in the 7" camp now. I'm convinced that this is a better screen size for my needs over the 10" iPad. I think the iPad Nano (as I like to call it) will be a real winner!
  • Gaming is better on the smaller size tablet for me as touch controls are more accessible with my thumbs being able to reach any part of the screen while gripping the sides of the device. 
  • The price of this tablet along with the free content provided, a $10 Google Wallet credit, and a $25 Google Play store credit is insane. This is an amazing price for such a capable device. 
  • I ended up using the device for several hours straight the other night even though I only intended to spend an hour or so on it. The truth is, the experience was enjoyable. I was bouncing between, Twitter, Chrome, emails, Pocket and Dead Trigger with ease and fluidity without a freeze up or crash. I did not expect to be this delighted in my experience.