Asus Nexus 7 2B32 7-Inch 32 GB Tablet, Black (2013 Model)

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Product Identifiers

Brand

ASUS Google

MPN

ASUS-2B32-WH

Model

Google Nexus 7 (2nd Generation)

eBay Product ID (ePID)

177534030

Product Key Features

Storage Capacity

32 GB

Color

Black

Screen Size

7 in…

Last updated on July 20, 2021 6:27 am
Asus Nexus 7 2B32 7-Inch 32 GB Tablet, Black (2013 Model)
Asus Nexus 7 2B32 7-Inch 32 GB Tablet, Black (2013 Model)

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  • , 7 inches Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5 GHz
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • 10-hour battery life, .64 pounds

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Specification: Asus Nexus 7 2B32 7-Inch 32 GB Tablet, Black (2013 Model)

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Model Google Nexus 7 (2nd Generation)
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color Black
Series Nexus 7 2nd Gen K008
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Type 1.5
Features Gyro, proximity, compass, Accelerometer, Backlight, Bluetooth, Built-In Front Camera, Built-in Microphone
connectivity Micro-USB
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6 reviews for Asus Nexus 7 2B32 7-Inch 32 GB Tablet, Black (2013 Model)

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  1. William Meyer

    Was a nice device, worked well, but with issues. Android pushed updates as though they owned the device, and that is a concern. But just three weeks before the end of the warranty, the device (rebooting after one of those updates) bricked itself. ASUS fixed it, but still… Then, a couple of months ago, I had to have the charge port replaced, because the design of the tablet does not afford adequate protection, and the shell had become deformed. Got it back ($85 later!) and the touch system was messed up. Took it in again, they reseated a cable, and that resolved the issue with the touch system, but just two days later, it bricked itself, and the service center declares it unrepairable. It was too expensive in the first place, to be so poorly supported. It has put me off ASUS, at least, for mobile devices, and the service company they license to make repairs.

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  2. briansage

    Aging mid-range tablet still performs like a flagship champ, thanks to Google Assistant on Android 6, solid networked media controls and a healthy entertainment app ecosystem in a Google Cast home.

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  3. oswidc

    I’ve had 4 Android tablets and in all honesty, Android tablets are solely for consuming media and this tablet is fantastic for just that. Youre not buying this to work on, no way. But for browsing the net, watching netflix or a movie, casting music… this is perfect and I’ve had 4 tablets, ones that cost 4-5 times as much and this is the ONLY good Android tablet in my opinion (only 2nd generation) Supports bluetooth, wifi, wireless charging. Its SUPER light and very nice screen (get a matte screen protector to reduce glare). The only thing you must be careful for is the micro usb connector is weak and gets loose.

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  4. LFlat

    When this tablet worked correctly, it was a pleasure to use. It fits very nicely in your hand, and has great visual quality. This is my second Nexus 7 tablet, and unfortunately both had similar problems. The first issue had to do with the tablet arbitrarily shutting down for no reason. Both tablets have this issue, and when the tablet shuts down I lose the work I have on screen. That alone is very annoying, but it also is very slow to restart. Over time the shutdowns have become more frequent, and the current tablet is now shutting down almost every time I use it. Secondly, the touch screen has been losing sensitivity, and doesn’t always respond to touch. Third is an issue with recharging. Both tablets reached a point where they wouldn’t recharge, although the recharging cords and connections worked fine on all my other devices. On the first tablet I ended up having the battery replaced, and this seemed to help that particular issue. It did not help, however, with the random shutdowns. I had the first tablet for close to four years, before these problems overcame its usefulness. The current tablet is barely 6 months old, refurbished, and had a one month warranty. In retrospect it would have been better to not purchase the refurbished product since I really haven’t saved any money. I contacted ASUS to address my problems, but ASUS did not have any record of this refurbished device’s serial number. In other words they didn’t warrant a third party refurbishment. Since I did not receive any information on the refurbishment with my purchase, I couldn’t follow up with that approach. A fourth issue with the current tablet is the screen brightness. The light arbitrarily dims and returns to bright. Much as I enjoy this tablet when it works, I’m going to have to find a more reliable product in the future. I like an analog system, but haven’t really seen any tablets that match this device for the size and convenience.

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  5. Gerald S. Fuller

    This is the 4th or 5th Nexus 7 tablet for me. I keep coming back to them because they still have the best display for tablets that size and they are one of very few with built-in wireless charging. That enabled me to keep using the last tablet for more than a year after the USB port wore out. It is sad that they are no longer eligible for system updates, 6.0.1 was the last Android version for them. But I have found only a handful of apps which no longer work on it: Chipotle and Costco come to mind.This is the first one I have purchased that has a cellular radio. Although Google-Fi does not support making phone calls on it, it can be equipped with a free data-only SIM. That enables it’s use anywhere without the need to link it to a phone’s hotspot when there is no Wifi available. You simply pay for the data it uses.

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  6. 1986seabeeprincess

    I love my Asus Google Nexus 7 (2nd gen) 32GB !!! It has worked perfectly from set up to using it on a daily basis !!!

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