Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 16 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

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Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 16 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet
Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 16 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet


  • 7-inch tablet screen, 1200×1920 (323 ppi), LED-backlit IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
  • Powerful 3950 mAh battery, 10 hours, 15Wh Li-polymer Battery
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 8064 Quad-Core, 1.5 GHz
  • Memory: 2GB, 1.2 MP Front Camera, 5 MP Rear Camera, Auto focus (rear), Large f2.4 aperture. (rear camera)
  • Output:5.2V 1.35A/7W for other USB device, Input:100-240V AC, 50/60Hz universal, Support Wireless Charging

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Specification: Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 16 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

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6 reviews for Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 16 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

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  1. Onewizavu

    This product has excellent reviews all over the internet hence my purchase. It does deserve all the praise but I think I won’t add any value reporting on its many positives which range from size/weight, screen, apps, prompt OS updates and much more, at a lower price premium than an industry incumbent would charge. In other words, it’s not only the best value tablet but it’s likely the best value any type of product you can find today. I initially bought this device as a present to my parents so they could see pictures of their grandchildren off my NAS. But after trying different ways, looks like it cannot serve this purpose due to how slow pictures get loaded, which probably has to do with my wifi and physical connections rather than the N7’s graphics power. So I’m keeping the device myself for my own. So where are the weaknesses ie improvement areas? Software: * Calendar: No native annual view, no choice for dark background so as to save battery * Internet: Can’t view Adobe flash sites natively, need to find a getaround * Google Drive: Doesn’t work offline for creation of new docs/editing * Notes (quick, easy-access notes on the run): No native app like most Android phones do, instead having to download independents * Whatsapp: Nice if could edit my phone’s whatsapp messages from the the N7’s larger screen Hardware: * Device could be physically even smaller if Asus/Google reduced the black rim around the 7″ screen, so it could truly be a daily pocketable device. No need to be as thin as the Ipad Mini especially if it raises the cost/is argument for raising the price. I’d rather pay for a back camera for those occasions I want to take a picture.See more

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  2. Jen19772005

    I purchased two of these for my kids for Christmas. Both tablets look brand new and were fully charged. I have left them off the charger for over 3 days ( with minimal use) and they still had 40 percent battery. I think my girls will love these and I will finally get my iPhone back!!See more

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  3. ramach

    I noticed that the reviews of these tablets were either 5 star or 1 star, and I figured I’d take a chance to save a few bucks. I bought 2 of these refurb Nexus 7 tablets for $119 each. One showed up pristine, and the other near perfect with a small defect on the screen. Obviously the quality control on the refurbishing process isn’t awesome. Now here is the important part: I didn’t return it to the store and lose out on shipping or get burned by a price change. I called customer service and had them handle it. The sent UPS to pick up the defective one, and a new one showed up right away. The 3rd tablet was in perfect condition. Everyone knows that Walmart is the easiest place for returns, so if you are going to gamble on a refurbished product – – Walmart is the place to do it. In my opinion I saved $60 on two tablets, but it did require a little work to return the bad one. Returning the defective one didn’t cost me any money, just 20 mins on hold. I’m 100% satisfied with the way it turned out. … 2 out of 3 ain’t bad.See more

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  4. Jason K.

    Still one of the greatest tablets ever made.I bought this in September 2014 after considerable research–the full HD screen closed the deal for me. At the time, I wasn’t sure if I needed a tablet, or would even like using one; it was pretty much on a whim. Well boy has my point of view changed! This thing IS my TV set.I use it for browsing, Facebook, messaging, email, Skype, Youtube and Netflix. And it has performed excellently, always pushing HD output to the screen when other devices stall, buffer, and demand to have the resolution lowered to continue playback. Physical design is good and functional.Today I own an Asus TF700T (another beautiful screen and amazing component quality), a Nextbook 10.1″ as my “workhorse laptop”, and this tablet–in addition to a tower for video editing, web design and other activities where I need more processing power and a bigger display. I would buy the Nexus 7 again; and in fact, I have as I accidentally sat on the thing a few months back and had to buy another screen. (Mental note: never put anything in your back pocket, no matter how overloaded your hands are on the way to the car. Make multiple trips: it’ll cost you less.) Well worth the investment and one of the best tablets money can buy–absolutely the best in the 7-8″ range…to this day.

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  5. Derek

    The tablet is fine and works as it should. Despite being used, it’s in like new shape. The tablet is quite fluid without too much noticeable lag even when I purposely ran far more apps in the background than a normal user would. It really was cutting edge in 2013 and is still on par or better than many budget tablets made today. That said, if you are in the market for a tablet there are better options with better features. It’s not a bad tablet at all but I cant recommend it in 2018.On a side note, here’s how my purchase went.1. After accidentally using my recently expired debit card I hadn’t taken off my account, I was charged and sent two tablets. I’ll be checking my order details as a future precaution. The app took me back to the product screen instead of the checkout once I entered the new card number so I went ahead and ordered it as I had done previously. It created 2 separate orders despite only having one in my cart. The previous on the expired card and the second order which was the only one visible. As I said, I’ll be checking my orders more closely especially when using 3rd party sellers.2. The worst mistake was believing the videos I was watching on YouTube that kept referring to the 2013 models as if they all were Sim compatible. I was searching specifically for that feature on a tablet to watch movies, youtube, and sports during down times on my business trips without the hassle of tethering with my phone and running it’s battery down also.Due to my own oversight and some bad luck, I not only own one tablet I won’t be using..but two. I’ve now purchased an LTE model tablet that covers my original needs and more.No, I will not be returning or asking for a refund as the product works as intended. I’m sure the second tablet works as well. It has left me with my first negative experience with Amazon after years of being a customer and prime member though.

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  6. J McDaniel

    I comparison shopped for an inexpensive tablet, and this is absolutely the best deal you can find on one if you buy it refurb. It still comes with the box, manual, and all the parts, and looks like new. The most impressive thing about it is it comes with 2GB of RAM, while other tablets in this price range come with a max of 1.5GB. It’s fantastic for reading e-books and isn’t irritatingly slow on boot (which is why I avoided cheaper tablets). Battery lasts a long time, too. The only caveat I’ve found so far is that the updates on boot take a long time to process – there’s several system updates and a whole slew of Play Store updates to install before you can really do anything with it. I can’t comment on the cameras, because I haven’t used them… also haven’t used the speakers… so I went ahead and gave them 3 stars to be fair.

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