Like its great success of its previous products it was not much of a surprise that the new Google Nexus 7 tablet was indeed a highly awaited gadget. With its new Google Nexus Tablet the search engine giant, Google, takes on Amazon and Kindle, aiming to encourage users to watch more films and increase their reading activity on a smaller screen.
In addition to this its excellent (1280x800 is passable HD), an implausible nine hours of battery life with a quad-core 1.3GHz processor makes it the most special Google Nexus devices in a sea of other Android tablets. Apart from all these features Google Nexus 7 with its convenience of reorganizing apps and widgets on the home-screens especially caters to people who have not used an Android tablet before.
But, with these features, the Google Nexus 7 inch tablet is unlikely to tempt many iPad users from their devices. The smaller 7 inch screen provides greater portability, but simultaneously compromises on the amount of screen that is available.
With all that said, the bottom line is that Google Nexus 7 is, overall, the device that has the potential to take tablets from a niche category dominated by iPad to a mass market phenomenon. Would it put up a fight for Apple’s share of the iPad market? We don’t think so!