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Re: Ask me about the new Nexus 7!
The Nexus 10 has a pretty insanely high resolution screen that pushes the limits of its processor. As for the Nexus 7, 1920x1200 is more of a "standard" resolution and I haven't noticed any issues in normal use. Have yet to put it through intense gaming though.
Originally Posted by radyoactive
There are dual speakers -- one at the top of the device and one at the bottom -- near the edges but still firing "away" from you.
Originally Posted by windiddy
I unfortunately only live in a small apartment (thank you, downtown Seattle), but I haven't had any issues with reception. Can't say I ever had issues with the original though.
Originally Posted by lamb2471
Only time will tell with things like that, but this one is holding up just fine so far.
Originally Posted by psyke45
The buttons and ports are in the same places as the original, save for the headphone jack which has moved to the top.
Originally Posted by Tatanko
The back feels nice. I was worried about the thinness hurting usability, but now that the device is narrower it seems easier to hold in one hand if you have the right angle to your fingers.
It doesn't seem to have too many frills -- just a basic 5MP shooter. I'll be putting it through its paces for the full review, but right now I dont think it's going to blow anyone away. At this price point I'm not surprised either.
Originally Posted by Batting1000
Don't have an iPad Mini at the moment to compare, but I haven't heard great things about that camera either.
No pogo plugs.
Originally Posted by Vance14
Just like the original, there's no vibration motor.
Originally Posted by brendonsled