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Google I/O is coming and we already expect a bevy of Android related announcements. Furthermore, rumours of a Google-branded Android tablet have been swirling around for some time now, and last month a benchmark report indicated that the 7-inch tablet would be manufactured by Asus.

According to a leaked internal training document, recently uncovered by Gizmodo Australia, the Google tablet will indeed be manufactured by Asus and will feature the following specs:

  • 7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280x800 and a 178-degree viewing angle
  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
  • 1.3Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 processor
  • nVidia GeForce 12-core GPU
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 8GB or 16GB of internal storage
  • 1.2 MP front-facing camera, no rear camera
  • NFC with Google Wallet
  • Android Beam
  • Battery life estimated at 9 hours

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Aside from the specs, which are quite impressive, there are two pieces of news that are especially interesting. Firstly, the cheapest version of the tablet, with 8GB of internal storage, will be priced at just $199. The 16GB version of the tablet will cost $249. These prices put the Nexus 7 in direct competition with the Kindle Fire, while having better hardware.

Secondly, the training document suggests that the Nexus 7 will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and that Google will be handling system software updates from now on. This is big news if Google plans on handling software updates for all Android 4.1 Jelly Bean devices, however the leaked documents are not clear on this point. It is more likely that Google will handle the updates for just the Nexus 7 tablet.

Whatever the case may be, the imminent release of a Google-branded tablet comes soon after Apple's iOS 6 reveal and Microsoft's Surface and Windows Phone 8 announcements. It is about time Google took the reins of the floundering Android tablet ecosystem and firmly brought it to heel.

We will have to wait a few more days for Google I/O to find out whether the Nexus 7 is real or just an elaborate fake.

[Source: Gizmodo Australia]

Abhiroop Basu
Abhiroop Basu is an opinionated tech and digital media blogger. As a doe-eyed twenty-something he started his first blog TechComet to comment on anything tech-related that caught his omniscient eye. Since then he has blogged for Android Police, Make Tech Easier, and This Green Machine. In the real world, Abhiroop Basu is a resident of Singapore and the Editor of The Digit, a subsidiary of The Potato Productions Group.

  • http://twitter.com/piotrbuda Piotr Buda

    IMO Google will from now on handle updates for Nexus line. That seems quite obvious given some problems certain carriers had with updating Google's device

  • http://twitter.com/piotrbuda Piotr Buda

    IMO Google will from now on handle updates for Nexus line. That seems quite obvious given some problems certain carriers had with updating Google's device

    • anoninja118

      *cough cough* VZ LTE Nexus *cough cough* which I'm posting from now lol... of course I rooted and flash my own updates but still, for those that want pure untampered with ICS (and got a nexus just for that) they should have timely updates

    • anoninja118

      *cough cough* VZ LTE Nexus *cough cough* which I'm posting from now lol... of course I rooted and flash my own updates but still, for those that want pure untampered with ICS (and got a nexus just for that) they should have timely updates

      • http://twitter.com/LyricallyVodka Chaz Edwards

        No Google is done with cdma devices. Don't expect it to work on anything except gsm. It is Verizon fault they wanted control and hold updates back not Google all gsm devices are updated on time.

        • NemaCystX

          its not just Verizon, its the fact that CDMA requires licensing meaning they have to fully review the updates before they can approve them, not to mention add in Verizon's ridiculous testing process and that makes it take even longer, yet they still let quite a few nasty bugs past the testing "firewall" 

          • John O’Connor

            I hope they won't write off Sprint and the Big V in the future though. Perhaps a shift to LTE and VoltE, will make this a non-issue(GSM vs. CDMA fading out?)

          • Robert Jakiel

            Nevermind VZW's failure in updating the Nexus. It also fails at updating their handsets in a timely manner.  Bionic, RAZR, Droid3, DroidX 2, etc... All officially on GB still.  There is no reason for this at all.  Don't blame their testing process or CDMA licensing procedure.

          • Nick LaVeaux

            Robert... those are all Motorola devices.  See a connection?

    • AppleFUD

      I doubtful of that statement being applied to all hardware and not just the Nexus tablet the documents are talking about. . . . but I sure hope I am wrong!

  • Vallhalen

    ♥ :D But i hope to see an SDCARD slot...

    • http://twitter.com/Flippy125 Flippy125

      The MeMo 370t (this is supposedly based off of it, minus the chipset) had a microSD slot, so it is safe to assume that this does too.

      • Vallhalen

        AAAh! What do you think guys are there any chance for keyboard dock as accessory ? [i m ready to pay for it ! XD]

        • Loren Cogar

          That would be one tiny ass un usable keyboard...

        • http://twitter.com/Flippy125 Flippy125

          A 7 inch keyboard dock would probably be too small to comfortably type on, unless they found a way to make it fold out

        • user311

          @ 7" you're best off with a virtual keyboard as it'll fit your thumbs perfectly... Well unless you got teeny tiny girly hands!

          • mesmorino

            Lots of people have tiny girly hands. Like, you know, girls.

        • http://twitter.com/philipphenke Philipp Henke

          I think I'm seeing the same connectors as on the GNex so I guess there will be a dock of some sort. (a multimedia dock with audio and maybe HDMI out)
          I'm hoping this will be available in Germany. I don't really want to go through the pain of importing it...

          • 666

            Hope that too - but if it wont be aviable in germany I will thankfully skip that device.

            Also no digital video out and no sd card slot is a dealbreaker too but we will see.

      • NemaCystX

        The Galaxy Nexus, and Nexus S were Google devices made by Samsung and they didn't have microSD slots what would make this any different?  Google made it clear almost a year ago they were focusing on more internal storage rather than expandable

        • KF85

          Why are you talking about Samsung? This is made by ASUS.

          • http://robert.aitchison.org raitchison

             It's a relevant point.  The last two Nexus devices don't have MicroSD card slots, they are made by Samsung, almost all other Samsung devices running Android do have MicroSD card slots, so, it's not by any means "safe to assume" that the Nexus 7 will have a MicroSD card slot just because the MeMo 370t was supposed to have one.

            I still think there's less than a 50% chance that there will be a MicroSD card slot, Google has publicly said they want to get away from expandable storage.

        • Luke

          Why be different? They're trying to beat out the iPad, that's why! Apple charge so much extra for more memory, and an SD card slot lets us get 64GB for under $70. That means lots of music for the music buffs and lids, at a price point they can afford.
          Difference is exactly what Google needs. Connectivity is what separates them from Apple. They should have a host USB port as well, IMO.

          • NemaCystX

            except I was right, there is NO microSD storage, instead they chose to go with low internal storage amounts and are making it like the Kindle Fire, cloud based

      • http://fnords.org/ Markoff Chaney

        This will most likely use ext4 like the Galaxy Nexus, so no SD.

    • skatsbrayt

      Based from the previous Nexus phones and the Kindle Fire (where it's most likely targeted to compete at), this probably wouldn't have a microSD slot.

      • Zymo

        It's a Google Nexus, there won't be a microsd slot. If you need more storage, go and pay for Googles' Drive cloud storage. 

        • NemaCystX

          exactly, that will likely be a selling factor to not include the microSD slot

      • AppleFUD

        I think you are correct. Google is looking at what Apple is doing and saying, people aren't bitching too much about x, y, and z thus we will keep the price down, etc. . .

      • http://robert.aitchison.org raitchison

         Agreed (sadly), IMO the only reason this might have an MicroSD card slot is because of a (relatively) low amount of storage and the fact that it's a WiFi only tablet means it won't have an always available Internet connection.

    • skatsbrayt

      Based from the previous Nexus phones and the Kindle Fire (where it's most likely targeted to compete at), this probably wouldn't have a microSD slot.

  • Vallhalen

    ♥ :D But i hope to see an SDCARD slot...

  • Gumnam

    Hope this is released in India and for same price. Kindle Fire is not on sale here.

  • Marc

    Should I sell my Asus Transformer for this one?

    • http://twitter.com/Flippy125 Flippy125

      That's more of a personal choice. If you prefer the functionality of a laptop in a small tablet, stick to the Transformer. If you prefer a cheap media tablet with fast updates, go with the N7

      • Loren Cogar

        Asus puts out their updates blazing fast on all devices though.  I would stick with the Transformer. I personally am getting the Infinity cause I need more of a fully functional laptop experience.  

        • Marc

          Hmmm... Yeah, that's true. But I already have a laptop which I use very often. My transformer is nearly not being used anymore...

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/abhiroop-basu/ Abhiroop Basu

      Prime?

    • Tyler Chappell

      If you have the original transformer, the N7 is actually an upgrade in some ways. If you don't need more than 16GB of storage and want better performance and a bit more portability and faster updates, then the N7 is a no-brainer.  If the keyboard dock and productivity and expandable storage are vital for you, then keep the transformer until the second nexus tablet.  If you have the Transformer Prime, stick with it unless you absolutely want a smaller device.

  • christian

    3g or not, important question...

    • http://twitter.com/Flippy125 Flippy125

      Cell radios are expensive, therefore this will probably be WiFi only (Just tether with your phone and you have a 3G tab)

      • Butts_McButts

        ...Provided your phone carrier plan has a decent data package. I can get better data deals on one carrier here but not on calls or texts, which I need. 3G is kind of a deal breaker in that regard. 

        • christian

          jepp, especially as i do not have any experience about battery life with a tethering phone

      • http://robert.aitchison.org raitchison

        Well in reality cell radios are pretty cheap (well under $50), but once you are including a cell radio the carrier gets to dictate the price of the device, generally they mark it up by ~100% then give you a "subsidy" if you sign a 2 year contract.

    • AppleFUD

      I think Google want to avoid carriers mucking it up and trying to do what VZW did to the Galaxy Nexus. . . so, only if a carrier takes it on as a true Nexus device and lets Google handle all updates and no bloatware, IMO.

  • Julio M

    good news everyone!

  • Loren Cogar

    I am using this to replace my car stereo.  Asus Infinity as my actual tablet. 

  • Mike Digas

    What about GPS?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/abhiroop-basu/ Abhiroop Basu

      It will probably have GPS, but there's no evidence of that in Gizmodo's post.

    • drksilenc

      thats built into the chipset usually.

  • Tony

    If in 4.1 Google updated their Google Books app to actually be good and add things like import books from anywhere on your device, dictionary and such, then yeah I definitely see myself picking one up.

  • Stephen

    I want a 10" one.

    • http://twitter.com/Kaerosnow Chris Bozsik

       I also want a 10" one.

    • http://www.facebook.com/alex.vainshtein Alex Vainshtein

      Me too

    • John

      That's what she said.
      O_o

      • AppleFUD

        and I gave it to here

        ~_o

        • AppleFUD

          her!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! frack!

  • Vikramaditya Rai

    Google handling all updates for 4.1 devices is an excellent move. Not only will it induce manufacturers (Sony, specifically) to step up their game (hardware wise), it will also ensure timely updates.

    As far as the issue of no rear camera goes, which tablet, do you think will you get (with these specs) for $199?!

    • reiji

      Why point fingers at Sony? My Xperia S just got ICS as promised and they've already released it for nearly all of their 2011 phones. Anyone who's used an Xperia will tell you that they have the best IU.

  • Vikramaditya Rai

    Google handling all updates for 4.1 devices is an excellent move. Not only will it induce manufacturers (Sony, specifically) to step up their game (hardware wise), it will also ensure timely updates.

    As far as the issue of no rear camera goes, which tablet, do you think will you get (with these specs) for $199?!

  • http://twitter.com/fightcrazy Vinny

    I will buy one. I hope they also have sd card support.
    Vinny

  • Paweł Gładysz

    It is good to hear that there will be one more proper Android tablet that might be competitive. It's very few of them out there and there is a major problem when trying to offer a tablet that is not an ipad to a major customer/company - for business use.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=517073382 Neal Jacob

    8 GB or 16?

    I'll probably go with 8 and use Dropbox for file storage and Google Play for my music collection. :)

    • Simon Belmont

      I was thinking 8GB too and just augmenting it with a microSD card (if a slot is present). The $50 saved could buy me a 32GB card, so I'd have 40GB total space.

      That would be plenty for me. The prospect of having JellyBean right away on a tablet that Google will update directly is tantalizing.

    • AppleFUD

      I have most everything in the cloud and an external HDD for videos and stuff I don't want in the cloud, thus easy to access all that wirelessly, and $50 for an extra 8GB of memory seems a big steep IMO — if it had jumped to 32GB then maybe.

      • Neal Jacob

        AppleFUD: +1

    • Jameslepable

      someone who has a 16gb galaxy tab I so go 16gb, 16 isn't even enough for me I wish I got the 32gb version but bit late now.

      • Neal Jacob

        There's a big difference between 8 vs 16 and 16 vs 32.  If the Nexus came in 32 and did not have a card slot, I would go with the 32. I already have an iPod Touch - am I allowed to say that on this board? :) - and a Droid Razr.  I'll be using the tablet in a Wi-Fi only environment, so I may as well, just use cloud based services (Play Music  and Dropbox or Drive).

        • Jameslepable

          You can say it, I still rock an ipod classic. Also I know there is my point is that always get the highest memory capacity when they are low memory units. I say get at least 16gb because some games require a lot of memory games and movies on long flights are a plus.

  • Thomas

    I've fallen in love with Surface Pro, i don't like the direction that most tablets have been headed, i did like Asus Eee Pad Transformer and the Padfone, but they're just not "good enough".

    I'm thinking Surface Pro will change that, i'd also love to dualboot Android on it :)

  • Penselxi

     I will buy one and hope to see 10" in next model.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kamolchai.kaewpikul Kamolchai Kaewpikul

    I will buy one and hope to see 10" in next model.

  • toshistation

    Looks-ah pretty pretty good!

  • Simon Belmont

    I'd be really surprised if Google took over updating all devices with Android 4.1. I think this might just be more directed at Nexus devices.

    I'm really hoping this has a microSD card slot, but Google has been about internal storage a lot lately. We shall see.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NHRZUUEPD4GNY74UXX6RLJ7VKM Tony

    Why do none of these companies understand, that if they want people to use their tablets, they have to give us a reason never to put them down.  If you have to put them down to use your phone as a camera.  Or, you have to put it down in order to use another PC or MAC or phone as your Skype Video camera, then the tablet will never be more than an e-reader.  Yes, there are some of you who will say otherwise, but that's because you're buying for reasons the general public doesn't.  Stop saving $25 per tablet and put a REAL camera on the front and back and then you have a difference maker.

    • Himmat Singh

       Ahem, NOT putting a camera is a difference maker dude. Most tablets have rear-cameras, so nothing to differentiate in having one. BTW 95% of people don't use the cameras on their tabs I guess, besides testing it out for the first time.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NHRZUUEPD4GNY74UXX6RLJ7VKM Tony

         They dont use the cameras because they suck.  Build it and they will come.  When Im sitting in my armchair watching TV and I want to take a good pic of my kid or my dog on the spot, or shoot a good video of them I have to put down my tablet and pick up my phone or other device?  You just lost a customer that way.  No sense in it for as cheap as it is to put an awesome camera front and back.  I use my tablet to read like a Kindle, surf the web, do video chat every single day with relatives and friends, replace all of my remote controls, etc.  The key is building it this way AND marketing it this way.  As an all-in-one, replace everything but the phone calls device in a 7" frame.  That would be a game changer.

        • MrRageQuit

          Well I guess the Nexus tablet isn't for you then. This thing is supposed to be a budget tablet, with all those extra parts it would just be too expensive to manufacture. The new Galaxy Tab 7 has all those things you were mentioning earlier, and the price reflects those extra features.

          • http://profile.yahoo.com/NHRZUUEPD4GNY74UXX6RLJ7VKM Tony

             Yes, maybe I chose the wrong thread to plead my case in, I think this tablet is great for the right person.  But No, the Galaxy Tab 2 7" does not have the features I want.  the screen is not 720p...it sucks actually....I've already returned it to Best Buy.  The processor is slower than my 2 year old EVO's.  And the IR blaster doesnt work past 7 feet, so it's nothing more than a gimmick.  Additionally, the front camera's frame rate is so terrible that you can't have a decent video chat, and the back camera is just barely acceptable.  I also have a TF201 Prime and same issues...both cameras suck.  Just give me the choice.  A Harmony remote is $199 alone.  A Camera is $200 alone.  A Video Cam is $400 alone.  Add all this functionality into the tablet with pristine pics and video and IR/RF and the tablet becomes a 100% full replacement in the living room for every single device you own.  A 7" tablet would be worth $800 at that price.  I'd pay it right now to eliminate all those devices from my life.

        • Wayne Randall

          "They dont use the cameras because people who use tablet cameras in public look like total douchbags.  Build it and they.."

          fixed.

          • http://profile.yahoo.com/NHRZUUEPD4GNY74UXX6RLJ7VKM Tony

             My armchair is not in public.  I'm not saying THIS tablet is bad or not going to be successful.  I'm just talking about a part of the market that is continuously ignored by all of these companies, and douchey or not, people sitting in the privacy of their home would love to be able to take good pics and use video chat without having to switch devices.  Another Android Police writer (cant remember who) wrote an article the other day about how he never picks up his Transformer Prime anymore.  That's my point.  If I have to set my tablet down and pick up a remote control, and set my tablet down and get a different camera for video chat, and set my tablet down and get a different video camera or still camera, then what the heck is the point in owning a tablet?  Just to play games and surf the web?  I can do that with my phone.

            For the record, you want to talk about someone being a douche, I'll vote for the guy who takes his tablet to Walmart and pays with NFC.  Now that's a douche. 

        • Keith

           I think the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is for you then. Its got all the premium features and a 2 megapixel front camera. (Which is probably the highest resolution you'll find for a tablet)

    • AppleFUD

      That's essentially my argument for a great phablet — one device that has it all and can be docked (preferably wirelessly) to use as a desktop/laptop when necessary — as you put it, make it so I don't need another device type of situation. . . at least for "average users."

      My main device will probably be the Note II when it comes out unless it gets fubared or Google brings a good Nexus phablet to market — with Chrome coming along on Android I can use the web more for serious activities and if needed just remotely access a Win machine when necessary — maybe I can avoid Win8 all together :)

    • Seth M

      I would definitely want a front camera on my tablet, that is at least useful for skype/talk/etc. But I don't know anyone who doesn't look ridiculous holding a tablet up to eye-level to try to take a picture out of the back camera. In fact, I've never even seen anyone do that. I would love it if they shaved more price off by not even having the back camera and then maybe optimize it to do more tablet-y things rather than trying to give it a bunch of unnecessary functions.

      • Seth M

        Well never mind... a second look told me they didn't even bother with the back camera. I might buy this :-D

      • Tyler Chappell

        Sacrificing a rear camera for a microSD slot should be a no-brainer if you're wanting to make an affordable tablet. Consumers WANT expandable storage, they couldn't care less about taking crappy pictures.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NHRZUUEPD4GNY74UXX6RLJ7VKM Tony

     As a follow up, please don't focus on the price of this tablet...I just chose this post as a place to air my frustrations. I want someone to make a 7" tablet that has everything.  HD screen, all the features of the new SIII, IR blaster, RF, and cameras front and back that are cutting edge.  I'll pay for it.

    • Himmat Singh

       Come on dude...you want a HD screen on a 7-inch tablet? What, do you look at your tablet from 3 inches away? Like seriously, the resolution - 1280x800 - is what you find in current 10-inch slates. I have had two of those already and I have no problems whatsoever with the display resolution. Cramming that into a 7-inch chasis would already make it so much better. Calling for 1080p is just nonsense here.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NHRZUUEPD4GNY74UXX6RLJ7VKM Tony

         720p IS HD.  Better brush up on your knowledge.  This tablet is already HD.  I'm not asking for anything else.  The HD is the only thing I'm excited about on this tablet.  It makes  HUGE difference.  My Evo LTE I can read much clearer than any other device and pictures and movies are pristine, so this tablet will be as well.  But why stop there?  Add real cameras with real frame rates.  Add the other ports I mentioned.

        • Himmat Singh

          My bad. I assumed full HD here, since the tablet already had HD.

    • https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawkdQhGW_yFFSfEACcIIupRQmbB99Er6qaU Nick

      I still can't understand the need for a back camera...

  • Billcollier1

    Cool.

  • Idle Time

    Can't wait!  An SD slot would be nice but without one it would be okay too.  I've been dying to get a 7" tablet with decent specs.

    Hurry up Asus/Google!

  • Idle Time

    And I don't care if it doesn't have a rear camera.  Ppl take pictures with a tablet look like dorks.  :)  A tablet doesn't and can't replace your phone.  Your phone is still going to be with you at all times, so you can take pictures with that.  And if you're traveling then bring a real camera for gah's sake!

    • John O’Connor

      there are several use scenarios in which a rear camera on a tablet are beneficial. whether you are an average family who wants to capture a quick vid or pic when your precious children are running around the house and you happen to be using your tablet during one of those kodak moments or are a medical professional who has transitioned to an electronic medical records system. In the latter case (i know several) this is great for those times when documentation is better enhanced with a visual of what is being described in documentation.

      • Tyler Chappell

        except those people should also still have their phones on them during those times...

      • Ron

        I agree a rear camera would be valuable... particularly for business use... out in the field photo'ing damage claims, scanning bar codes in warehouses, etc.  When will the industry start realizing the biggest market for tablets could be for corporate employee usage?

      • http://twitter.com/rawdeadfish rawdeadfish

         so far, meeting notes and business is the only time i use the rear camera on my tablet. i'm in evernote, click capture picture, done. it is a stupid hassle to do something with the phone and try to incorporate it on the spot or later on even.

        all other times, i've gone exclusively to the phone first.

  • John O’Connor

    No Nexus Transformer? eeek, and no rear camera?

  • MarcosV

    Based on my experiences with a Galaxy Nexus, 32GB of storage is about what I need.  So if this tablet only has 16GB with *no* microSD slot, I'm going to have to reconsider.

    • Himmat Singh

      It has to be there. It's going to be marketed as a tablet fit for gaming, and 8/16GB just won't do the trick with things like NOVA 3 reaching 2GB in filesize.

    • Tyler Chappell

      Sadly I feel the same, I would not be able to go lower than 16GB if I bought this device. If Barnes and Noble can make crappy tablets with the same storage AND microSD slots, then there's no excuse for this to not be able to have it. In reality, it hardly costs any more money than at most a few dollars to be able to include it anyway.

  • master94

    I know stern cameras on a tablet are useless but I still want one. Might get a transformer instead. Asus + Google = winning even if not stock.

  • ElfirBFG

    Completely useless to me if it does not feature a mSD slot. 16GB internal coupled with mSD is perfect. It will be a tempting product w/o such a slot, but I will definitely 'shop around' if it doesn't have one.

  • http://twitter.com/PCSievers P.C. Sievers

    If this is announced this week, what is the likely release date? If it were running ICS id assume it is pretty ready to go to the market within a few weeks and if they have training manuals flying around it must be relatively close, yet to release a Jellybean device with so few running ICS makes me figure it might be around Nov or Dec like their Nexus phone release schedule.

    Or is Jellybean getting rolled out asap, hence the GNex being leaked as 'the first 4.1.x device'?

  • http://codytoombs.wordpress.com/ Cody Toombs

    First tablet (as far as I've noticed) that will be sporting NFC.  I know I'm probably in the minority, but I'm really happy about that.  I think a lot of complaints about the limited use cases for tablets are going to go away when NFC starts to become ubiquitous in the tablet market.

  • babyfacemagee

    The Nexus 7 Forum is now open at http://Nexus7Forum.com

  • Danyal Manzar

    While I would like to see an sdcard slot I would also want to know which GPU this device has and also about hdmi out, for me thats a must. If it does have a gpu and hdmi out I would buy it. I believe acer a110 has same features with hdmi out.

  • Freak4Dell

    It will be awesome if it looks like that. I love the lack of any branding on the front. I just picked up a Galaxy Tab Plus, and I love the design, but I really wish that Samsung logo wasn't stamped on the front.

  • http://twitter.com/MicMakesGames Mic

    this is what all tablets should be aiming for.

  • Andy

    Google appears poised to reclaim any tablet ground lost since the introduction of Amazon's forked version of Android. It may not tread a lot of new ground, but the Nexus 7 is a solid performer and easily the best tablet a couple of hundred bucks or pounds can buy. And if you have decided to become a proud owner of this device, perhaps you’re in the market for a solid and beautiful protection case as well.

    http://9cases.com/2014/05/best-and-cool-google-nexus-7-cases/

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