So after today's announcement, the only downside to the Note 10.1 for me is the screen resolution. But because I will be using it for school and it will make the battery last longer, it is far from a deal breaker. I'll probably go get it on saturday.
Showing the Nexus 7 muscle. LoL. My Asus Infinity runs 5850 quadrants stock, probably run better quadrants but it has the 10" 1080p screen. My Asus prime was a lot smoother tablet though. Maybe jelly bean will smooth it out when it updates to it in a month or so.
Question for ya. Have you had any problems with your screen pop out yet on your Nexus 7? A friend is on his second for that reason. I have read a lot of people are having that issue, and replacements are hard to get with the back order issues.
I like to flex it when I can
I didn't have that particular screen issue, BUT this is my second N7. The first one I had had a line of dead pixels going down the screen after three days of use. I bought mine at Staples so had the 14 day exchange policy going for me. Getting the exchange though is a whole other ty story, involving going to three different stores and a day full of headaches.
Other than that, the second unit I got has been spectacular and I have been pushing the limits of it since day one. I absolutely love this tablet and will recommend it to anyone. There might be some defected units, but if you manage to get a good one, you'll not regret it.
I have the new iPad (3). I do some photography stuff with my tablet and the iPad it is a little better suited for my need here. I had the Asus TF101 but I found I do not really need to customize my tablet like i do my phone so iOS' shortcomings are okay for me on a tablet.
IPAD is a great tablet as well. I've never owned one but have friends that do. Which one to buy depends on what you're looking for in a tablet. I don't seem to have a big problem with lag. I don't sit around waiting on it. I do keep it set to performance mode most of the time because battery life isn't an issue. The recent update to Jelly Bean does seem to make it a little smoother. I absolutely love the dock. Having a keyboard to type on is a big plus. It charges quickly and I can get 15-16 hours of life. I like having the ability to customize my tablet to match my phone and I enjoy tinkering. Having an Asus laptop as well as an Android phone were considerations for me also. I tether to my HTC Rezound using FoxFi. The TF300 just works for me.
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I don't seem to have much problem with lag. I do kelp it on performance mode most of the time. Now with the update to Jelly Bean it's even more smooth. I also have an Asus laptop and an Android phone that I considered when I made my purchase. I tether to my Rezound and like having the ability to tinker with my phone and tablet if I want. I absolutely love the dock. Having a keyboard is a huge benefit not to mention the added battery life. The IPAD is a great tablet, but the T300 works best for my needs.
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Another PS. If you want a 7" Jellybean tablet wait a little more than a month. The Acer A110 will be out with quad core tegra 3 , JB. It will also have extra ports and external SD slot that the Nexus 7 doesn't have for the same price point as the Nexus 7.
Hmmm, I don't have one and still don't feel the need (read WANT) for one. However, I am already looking ahead to Xmas and my daughter is begging for a tablet. I was thinking the Nexus 7 but after reading about the Acer A110, I'm conflicted. Hmmm, decisions decisions.