ASUS, the company that made the 2012 Nexus 7 and who is also making the 2013 Nexus 7, has confirmed to the UK website Pocket-lint that Google’s latest tiny tablet will hit the British empire on August 28th for 200 pounds. Mind you, that’s the price for the 16 GB model. The 32 GB version is just an extra 40 quid. And as for the 4G LTE flavor, no one knows anything about that yet, either in terms or pricing or availability. What about the rest of Europe? No clue. Sorry.
Should you even buy the Nexus 7? Every review I’ve read has said it’s the best tablet to ever come out. Period. That even includes the iPad and the iPad mini. While I personally wouldn’t go so far as to say an Android tablet can best Apple’s full size iPad, I will say that I’m personally willing to shell out money for this new Nexus 7, assuming it reaches my country. And I’ll be waiting for the 4G LTE model, so my wallet is going to stay shut for at least another month or two.
What makes the Nexus 7 special? Watch the review my buddy Taylor Martin made.
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