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Nexus 7 (2013) Hands-on

Nexus 7 (2013) Hands-on

As a full reboot of the original 7-inch ASUS-made slate, Google has opted to keep the same name, same manufacturer, and same attitude toward the Android world, aiming to continue to scoop up the market here with a 2013 edition of the Nexus 7. This device looks and feels exceedingly similar to the original, working with the same physical size display, a bit thinner yet taller tablet body, and a back-facing camera. Inside it's got a whole different set of processor bits and pieces, on the other hand.

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Nexus 7 brings Hangouts update for tablet-based screen-sharing [UPDATE]

Nexus 7 brings Hangouts update for tablet-based screen-sharing [UPDATE]

Google this week brings a new Nexus 7 to the market along with software updates that will allow full-screen sharing through Hangouts. What this means for the lay person is that, when you connect with a friend or colleague with the Android app Hangouts, you'll not just be able to do video and text chat, you'll be able to share the images on your tablet's screen as well. This includes document editing as well.

NOTE: This feature was shown by Google as a PREVIEW, meaning it won't be released today, but some time in the near future. We'll let you know when it's time!

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Nexus 7 new vs old: the big pixel boost

Nexus 7 new vs old: the big pixel boost

This week Google reveals the next generation in their Nexus 7 tablet line, keeping the name and amping up the display resolution to nearly double that of Samsung's newest effort. While this device takes the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 to the cleaners with its display alone, the most important comparison we can make at this moment is between the Nexus 7 and its biggest competitor - its predecessor!

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Nexus 7 2 detailed as press photos leak in full

Nexus 7 2 detailed as press photos leak in full

A full set of Nexus 7 2 - aka the ASUS-made reboot of the popular Android tablet - press images have leaked this morning with front, back, and side views galore. This machine is set to appear with a quad-core processor under the hood of a 7-inch display with an upgraded 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. You'll find this machine resembling the original Nexus 7 highly.

UPDATE: See our full Nexus 7 2 hands-on now!

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