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Are Asus Tablets going to be affected by Nexus 7?

Many people are found advertising iPads for sale. Frequently, it is due to the fact that they want to switch to another device or because they want some extra money. Every month there are various new tablets being released. It’s not surprising that people want to change things up a bit every once in a while. It’s even more enticing when you find a new tablet with better functions and features. The Nexus 7, which was recently released, is now going to join the competitive ranks of PC tablets, but the question is, is it worth your attention?

Nexus 7 Information

The Nexus 7 falls in the class of 7 inch tablets. Due to its small size and light weight, it’s very easy to transport and carry for a long time. Its size is so small and convenient that it doesn’t even require a special bag. It can fit in someone’s coat pocket. The 8 GB model has an extremely affordable price of $199, which is sure to garner some attention. It has a NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor which runs the Android 4.1 OS. This guarantees its value and ensures that it is very responsive when handling files or playing games. Plenty of apps can be found in Google Play store for Nexus 7.

It is obvious that the Nexus 7 will be affecting the sales of similar Asus tablets and other competitors because of its low price. Since its release in July, there have already been a fairly significant number of people who have sold their iPad to make the jump over to the Nexus 7. The tablet has the very popular Google brand attached, which will make it more popular than lesser known brands. Asus and Google have formed a partnership in production of this particular tablet. This allows Asus to sell it as their own miniature style of tablets. All of which are in the 10 inch class.

The Slider tablet PC lines and Asus Transform are well known for their versatility and smooth design. This is due to the fact that Asus tablets can have a keyboard connected to the tablet, which causes it to seem like a thin notebook. Due to the fact that they have keyboards, they are excellent for typing, which is a feature that many other tablets, including the iPad, cannot boast. This is due to the fact that they are forced to use the touch-screen display.

Unconfirmed reports have shown that the Nexus 7 has had solid sale results since its release. If you are interested in the product, you should visit a store that carries the iPad.

Author Bio:- Mike Jones is a technology specialist, always searching for exciting new products and developments. He is particularly interested in technology that allows businesses to operate efficiently, such as the recent trend of using tablets as functional tools.

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