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Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 32GB, Black) by ASUS (2013)


Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 32GB, Black) by ASUS (2013)


Black; Touch Screen; 7″ WUXGA (1920*1200), 400 nits, LED backlight IPS panel with Corning Fit Glass; Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 8064 1.5GHz, L2 2MB, Quad-Core; 2GB DDR3LM-1066; Adreno 320, 400MHz; 32GB Flash; No Optical Drive; Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean); 802.11ABGN; 1.2 Mega Pixel & 5.0 Mega Pixel Webcams; Bluetooth 4.0; 15Wh, 3950mAh, non-removable polymer battery (10 hours); Comes with Adapter & power plug, Manual, Warranty card, Cleaning Cloth; 1 Year North America Warranty
Google NEXUS 7 FHD by ASUS
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The all new 7″ tablet from Google

Now thinner, lighter, and faster – Nexus 7 brings you the perfect mix of power and portability and features the world’s sharpest 7″ tablet screen.

Grab-and-Go Greatness
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Grab-and-Go Greatness

Smart, thin and gorgeous

The clean, simple design features a slim body, a thin bezel and a soft-touch, matte back. So it sits comfortably in the palm of your hand while the bright, beautiful 7″ display brings your entertainment to life.

Lighter than ever, lasts longer

At just 0.64lbs (290g), the all-new Nexus 7 is light enough to take anywhere and fits easily in bags, backpacks, and even back-pockets. With up to 9 hours of HD video playback and 10 hours of web browsing or e-reading, there’s plenty of juice to get you through the day, and built-in wireless charging means you can charge, grab, and go.

Eye-Popping Performance
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Eye-Popping Performance

The sharpest 7″ tablet screen ever

The world’s highest-resolution 7″ tablet puts over 2.3 million pixels in the palm of your hand. With 323 pixels packed into every inch, you can read text that’s sharper than the printed page, see images more vivid than the highest quality photo magazine, and watch videos come to life in vibrant 1080p HD.

Fast and smooth

Nexus 7 is made by ASUS and packs a serious punch. With a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM, everything runs faster. Plus, high-performance rendering ensures 3D graphics are smooth and dynamic.

Sound that surrounds

Nexus 7 features stereo speakers and Surround Sound powered by Fraunhofer3 (the MP3 inventors) so you get rich and immersive audio. Hear it all more clearly with finely tuned volume boost technology that makes dialog and sound crisp and easier on the ears.

All your stuff, your way
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All your stuff, your way

Best of Google

Nexus 7 comes loaded with your favorite Google apps – like Chrome, Gmail, YouTube, Hangouts and Google Now – so you can browse, watch, share and stay connected wherever you go. And because Google apps are designed for the cloud, everything is simple and works seamlessly across your phone, tablet and computer. Now you have all the stuff you need, when you need it.

Powered by Android

Nexus 7 is the first tablet to ship with Android 4.3, the latest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system so it’s fast, fun and easy to make your own. Share your tablet with friends and family – each person has a separate customizable space, including personal homescreen, wallpaper, apps, storage, and more. You can also manage access to apps and content to create an experience that’s appropriate for each member of the family.

Ready to Play

Nexus 7 is great for gaming and with favorites like Prince of Persia, Asphalt 8, and Riptide GP 2, you can tilt, tap, and touch your way to the top. The brand new Play Games app also lets you track your achievements, play with (or against) friends and gamers around the world, and discover new exciting games. And with an ever-expanding number of tablet-optimized apps like Flipboard, Expedia, or The Fancy, you’ll find all the apps you love, and love the many new apps you’ll find.

Kick back with the world’s largest collection of eBooks, listen to millions of music tracks with All Access, and immerse yourself in thousands of movies and TV shows on Google Play.


Specifications

  • Operating System: Android™ 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
  • Display: 7.02″ 1920×1200 HD IPS display (323 ppi); Scratch resistant Corning® glass
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, 1.5GHz
  • Graphics: Adreno 320, 400MHz
  • Connectivity: 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G)
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Storage: Available in 16GB or 32GB
  • Camera: Front 1.2MP fixed focus; Rear 5MP auto focus
  • Sensors: GPS, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Compass, Ambient Light


 

  • Audio: Mono speakers, Surround Sound – powered by Fraunhofer3
  • Battery: Up to 9 hours1
  • Dimensions: 114 x 200 x 8.65 mm
  • Weight: 0.64 lbs
  • Ports & Connectors:
    • Power and Volume buttons
    • 3.5mm audio
    • Microphone
    • 1 x Micro USB port
    • SlimPort™ enabled


What’s in the Box

  • NEXUS 7 FHD by ASUS Tablet
  • AC Adapter & Power Plug
  • Manual Card
  • Warranty Card


Protect your NEXUS 7 FHD with official ASUS Accessories (sold separately)

ASUS Official Nexus 7 FHD Travel Cover
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ASUS Official Nexus 7 FHD Travel Cover
  • Made from light yet durable polymer
  • Provides improved damage resistance everywhere you go
  • Special inserts for connectors allows you to charge without removing the cover, keeping your Nexus 7 FHD protected at all times.
  • Available in 5 vibrant colors: Orange, Blue, Pink, Green, and Dark Grey

ASUS Nexus 7 FHD Official Premium Cover
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ASUS Nexus 7 FHD Official Premium Cover
  • Soft microfiber and durable polyurethane construction.
  • Features a folding-cover that can prop up the tablet like a stand.
  • Two positions – One to watch movies, one to type on the tablet.
  • Cut-outs and inserts tailored for all of Nexus 7 FHD’s camera, ports, and buttons.
  • Slim and sturdy design fully protects the Nexus 7 FHD front and back from everyday bumps and scratches.
  • Available in black and white.
ASUS The Official Nexus 7 FHD Screen Protector
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ASUS The Official Nexus 7 FHD Screen Protector
  • Two screen protectors in one packages: 1x Matte Screen Protector, 1x Glossy Screen Protector.
  • Includes 1x Squeegees and 1x Cleaning Cloth to help you apply the screen protector smoothly without bubbles
  • Proprietary technology to resist bubbles, glare, fingerprints and guards against scratches

ASUS- Top 3 Global Consumer Notebook Brand

As the world’s top three consumer notebook brand and maker of the world’s best-selling motherboards, ASUS prides itself by making products that always “START with PEOPLE.” With a persistent approach to innovation, ASUS goes beyond satisfying current consumer needs to surpass expectations and spark the imaginations of people everywhere. ASUS designs and manufactures a diverse range of products as part of our relentless search for incredible, including motherboards, graphics cards, displays, desktop and all-in-one PCs, notebooks, netbooks, networking devices, servers, smartphones and tablets. Driven by innovation and committed to quality, ASUS won 4,168 awards in 2012 and recently received the recognition for the 2013 PC Magazine Reader’s Choice Award.

1. Actual battery life varies with usage. Operation lifetime subjects to product model, normal usage conditions, and configurations

2. Actual formatted capacity will be less

3. Fraunhofer Cingo™ mobile audio technology. Learn more: www.fraunhofer-cingo.com

©2013 ASUS Computer International. All Rights Reserved. ASUS is a registered trademark of ASUSTeK Computer. All specifications and terms are subject to change without notice. Please check with your supplier for exact offers on selected models. Products may not be available in all markets. Product may not be exactly as shown in photos. Actual colors may differ from their appearance due to variation of monitor restrictions and color processing. All trademarks are registered to their respective companies. ASUS shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

  • World’s sharpest 7″ tablet screen (323 ppi).
  • Powerful battery, up to 9 hrs of active use.
  • Quad-core speed and performance, 2GB RAM.
  • Comes with Android 4.3.

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Question by Alice H: How do i tranfer files from my desktop to my laptop?
I have and old laptop and it still work but its not a cd rom just a floppy,and no usb either,my question how do i hook up my laptop to my desktop to tranfer file to it to make it wireless? And if i can what do i need to get/

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no usb or disk drive…….nope. you cant, sorry

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What customers say about Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 32GB, Black) by ASUS (2013)?

  1. 1,277 of 1,353 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    HUGE improvement over the original model, July 26, 2013
    By 
    Dangs “Dan” (Baltimore, MD) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    **REVIEW UPDATED ON 7/30/13 – Updated speakers, “other features”, battery life, gripes**

    For anyone on the fence, and especially for those frustrated by the performance slowdown issues with the original Nexus 7 tablet, don’t let that scare you off from buying the second generation model.

    Google made all of the right improvements to the product, and the result is a significantly improved product for a marginally higher cost. Only time will tell if this unit suffers the same performance fate as the original model (for those not familiar, over time, the first generation tablets tended to quickly slow down and struggle to perform even basic tasks like browsing the internet). However, Android 4.3 feels ultra-smooth so far, and I am hoping that Google and Asus learned from their original mistakes.

    SCREEN: The new screen is absolutely stunning. Some people argue that the resolution of 323 pixels per inch is unnecessary, but you can really see the difference when you use it in person. Text is significantly sharper and a little easier on the eye to read. Using the tablet to watch videos and see pictures produces a stunning result.

    PROCESSOR: This is the #1 reason I’d recommend this new, upgraded Nexus 7 over the older version. The speed upgrade is unquestionably immense, and to those who have used the older and newest model Nexus 7, you will notice and appreciate this immediately. Apps load instantly; the internet browsing experience is smooth and a very welcome upgrade over past performance. It’s strange; a few days ago I was satisfied with the decent albeit declining performance of my 1st Gen Nexus 7. Now that I have this new one, I use them both side by side and the older model feels like a dinosaur. This alone is reason enough to upgrade.

    SIZE/WEIGHT: The reduced thickness and weight of the tablet is very noticeable. I often times used my old Nexus 7 tablet while sitting in bed, to check email and browse the web prior to going to sleep. Holding the old Nexus in one hand, and the new one in the other, the differences in size and weight are VERY noticeable. No doubt will provide a more comfortable long term usage experience, especially for extended sessions while on flights or the subway.

    BATTERY LIFE: After a couple days of using this new Nexus 7, I can confidently say that the battery life has been significantly improved over the original model. My previous session of about 2 hours straight of use (screen on, using apps that draw semi-frequent data over wi-fi) drained only 20% of the battery life. If I project this out, it would tell me that I could get 10 hours of constant use on one full charge. I haven’t run through an entire charge yet from 100% down to 0% (I’ve been recharging after each use), but I’ll try to get to that sometime this week and report back on my total real-world battery life.

    CAMERAS: Google added a rear-facing Camera on this new second gen Nexus. While I typically wouldn’t use my tablet as a camera, I have tried it out and it takes excellent pictures. Focuses quickly, the images are sharp and the low light performance, while not great, is better than I would have expected. The front-facing camera gets more use for me (I use my tablets to Skype with family). The new front facing camera is noticeably sharper and better in lower light situations than the original Nexus 7 camera was. In low light, the old model was almost unusable. The 2nd gen Nexus 7 low light performance is very acceptable.

    SPEAKERS: I’ve now spent some time using this second-gen Nexus 7 side by side with my original Nexus 7. Separately, they both sound very acceptable for speakers from small tablets. Using them side by side, the improvements to the Nexus 7 are very noticeable, and the sound is more clear even at high volumes. I’d say that this new model sounds far less “tinny” than the original Nexus did. Personally, I don’t use the built-in speakers often (I’m normally either listening with headphones, or using bluetooth audio to my Logitech Boombox). But for people who do use the built-in speakers to play music or watch movies, you will appreciate the improvement in the speakers.

    OTHER FEATURES: Last night, I realized that this tablet is compatible with Qi Wireless Charging, a discovery which made me VERY happy. I use a Nexus 4 cell phone, and I keep it on my nightstand on the Google Nexus Charging Orb. I attempted to use the orb with this new Nexus 7 tablet, and it worked perfectly. You have to sit the tablet landscape, with the orb centered on the tablet, and it synced up and began charging instantly.

    COMPARISONS: I will update this section shortly with my comparison review between this 2nd Gen Nexus 7, the iPad Mini, and the Kindle Fire HD, as soon as I’ve had more time to test them all side by side.

    GRIPES AND COMPLAINTS: Here, I’ll list any gripes that I have about the tablet. My first major gripe…

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  2. 1,084 of 1,164 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Seems to be a snappy little tablet…, July 26, 2013
    By 
    S. Sale (East Peoria, IL USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 32GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) (Personal Computers)

    *** This review is for a 32GB, WiFi only tablet.

    I just picked one of these little guys at my local BB presale because I’m impatient and had to try one. Yes, I actually have one and I’m not BS’ing.

    Being an IT professional, I’ve used a variety of Android and Apple devices, probably dozens at this point. I’m well versed in Apple, Android and Microsoft world, and have a MCSE/MCSA and half a dozen other MS/IT certs, so I know what I’m talking about.

    I suspect it will take a month or two before I’m fully versed in the eccentricities of this tablet, but here is my 3 hours of use review:

    First Impressions:

    Upon receiving the box, I was pleasantly surprised by how small and minimal it is. Very similar to Apple packaging, which is best in the business in my opinion. Upon turning it on and signing into my Google account, I was immediately greeted by several updates. 0-day updates to be expected from a major release and are appreciated.

    As usual, my Google account wanted to sync all my previous Play Store apps onto the device which I immediately stopped. No stupid Verizon apps for you! One of my primary reason for getting this tablet was for gaming. I’m disappointed by the horridly slow memory on my old Kindle Fire, and I hate the uphill battle that comes with trying to Jailbreak and install emulators on Apple tablets. I nearly bought a Nexus 7 Gen1 until I heard it had slow storage as well. Once I heard that Nexus 7 Gen2 had greatly improved storage speeds, as well as better specs down the board, I was sold. I won’t bore you with all the specs, as you can read those in the Amazon description above. However, I must point out one particularly great spec that this tablet has, and many covet: a 1080p screen on a 7″ tablet. There are no current 7″ tablets on the market that match that PPI, but I’m sure Apple’s iPad mini 2 will match or come close to it. (when it comes out)

    Performance:

    I have no gear to officially test the dynamic contrast and black levels of the screen, but CNET (Normally Apple biased) gave a very impressive 570/0.44 cd/m2 for it’s max brightness/black level, putting it at 1,295:1 contrast ratio, beating the socks off the iPad Mini’s 814:1, and the old Nexus 7 at 1,028:1. I notice this most in black and white movies like Casablanca, (my usual test) but color also pops much better too. The color levels are more accurate across the board than the greenish tint of the first N7, and give Apple a run for the money.

    If gaming is your target, it’s interesting to find that the Nexus 7 Gen2 meets or exceeds the iPad Gen4. GFXBench tests put the N7g2 consistently in line with the iPad, no small feat for a sub-$300 device. I confirmed this performance by playing a number of games and finding that I couldn’t slow this little guy down; Galaxy on Fire’s new android release, Project Y, and a host of old standbys. It runs an Adreno 320, the same as the mighty HTC One, so if an HTC One plays it well, the Nexus 7 will too. It also typically beats a Nexus 10 in all tests, so if your choice between these two tablets is speed, the N7 is the obvious winner.

    When I got the tablet it was at 50% battery life. It took about 2 hours before it was at 100%. I’m guessing it will take 3-4 hours with the shipped charger to bring it from 0 to 100.

    Other improvements:

    The improvements in Android 4.3 are not going to be apparent for a while, as the main improvements are OpenGL ES 3.0 and app security permissions. However, it also includes battery improvements which seem to stretch an additional hour of video watching despite it’s slightly smaller battery. It’s also a little thinner than the 1st gen Nexus 7, by around 1.8mm. Usually thin tablets annoy me and are awkward to hold, but the Nexus 7 has comfortable rounded sides and a soft rubber back. The front is a fingerprint magnet of course.

    Value and software:

    Last but not least, the Nexus 7 is only $230 for a 16GB model, or $270 for 32GB. Compare this to an iPad mini at $330 for a 16GB model, or a 32GB at $430. The original Nexus 7 seems to be going for under $200 now, so if all you need is a nice internet browser and like to dabble in everything else, the Nexus 7 Gen 1 is actually a great deal.

    A last positive comes in the form of the Apple/Android philosophy. This baby comes ready to be loaded up with any ROM you chose, as do all of the Nexus series. There aren’t any real releases yet, but I expect there to be some great ones over the next few months. Apple does it’s best to prevent Jailbreaking. If you don’t know the benefits of either, and consider yourself a tinkerer, then you may want to brush up on them.

    The other part of this Android/Apple philosophical difference takes the place of Apple censorship. I HATE IT. Apple tries it’s best to keep it’s store locked down with American prude censorship. Google…

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  3. 534 of 615 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Android Tablet to date but has issues, July 31, 2013
    By 
    Ezareth

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 32GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) (Personal Computers)

    ***(Updated 8-30-2013)

    I have both the Original Nexus 7 and Second Generation Nexus 7 and I’ve been using the new Nexus 7 constantly for over 3 weeks now.

    ISSUES:
    ***GPS – Issue resolved with Android Build Number JSS15Q
    There was an issue with all Nexus 7 FHD Tablets where the GPS location would freeze and the only way to get it working again was to reboot the tablet.

    Wifi – In my home the new Nexus has issues finding and connecting to my home network and it drops occasionally despite not having this issue with my old Nexus 7 (running 4.1), TV, PS3 and other devices on my WiFi in the area.
    ***This is a confirmed issue with Android 4.3, not the Nexus 7 FHD. I’ve experienced the same issue on my old Nexus 7 once I updated it to 4.3 and it has never had a Wifi issue before now.

    Initial Reboot Issue – The first night using the new tablet I was playing a game when it just instantly powered off mid-game. When I booted it back up I got a “Enter password to decrypt Storage message” despite never decrypting or setting a password on anything. There was no way to get past this screen short of restoring the entire tablet back to factory condition which was relatively simple but I lost everything I had on my tablet at that point.
    *** I still get a random reboot in the middle of using my tablet every couple of weeks but haven’t had to rebuild it yet

    OBSERVATIONS:

    *** Battery – One key difference I’d like to point out as a major advantage over the old Tablet isn’t as much the battery life which lasts slightly longer than the old Nexus 7, but the fact you can use the tablet while it is plugged into the charger and it will slowly CHARGE, while the old Tablet would slowly DRAIN. This is important for power users and people who will be using it for long periods to watch movies/Netflix etc.

    Look and feel – I love the way the new Nexus feels in your hand compared to the old one. The difference in the width makes holding the new nexus in your hand much more comfortable. It is slightly longer however and I wish they had taken the opportunity to shorten it as well.

    Screen – Everyone has been saying how noticeably better the screen is but honestly despite having a much higher resolution and pixel density I haven’t been able to see a marked difference although the new screen is definitely brighter. I’ve played Netflix side by side with the old one on the same show and they look identical in every way. I’ve tested dozens of websites side by side now and there is no discernible difference between the screens when viewing web content. I haven’t had a chance to try out any non-streaming movies yet but I think for every day usage you’re not going to notice a difference when comparing it to the old Nexus 7. This isn’t because the new screen is bad, only that the old Nexus 7 has an excellent screen and there are rapidly diminishing degrees of noticeability beyond that point.

    Camera – The new camera for a 5MP camera actually takes pretty fair shots and I’m glad they included it. They actually look better than the photos taken with the 5MP camera on my Galaxy Nexus and the new Nexus 7 is much better at taking low light shots.

    Speakers – In my Netflix test I could detect slightly better sound on the new Nexus in stereo but it was barely noticeable to me. The difference between the two is hardly worth mentioning and neither one is going to give you any sort of quality sound.

    Performance – This is where the new Nexus is noticeably faster and the UI feels more responsive. I tested out several games that would be choppy on my old Nexus at times and experienced none of that on the new Nexus. One thing I haven’t seen people note however is that although the new GPU is approximately 4 times faster, the resolution on the new Nexus has 2.3 times the pixels so your true performance increase from a hardware perspective graphically is going to be less than double, similar to the CPU performance increase. There has never been a time where I experienced any latency, stuttering or hesitance on the New Nexus 7, it operates flawlessly in this regard

    Operating System – 4.3 Android was just pushed to my old Nexus 7 last night. This includes TRIM support which is one of the reasons many people experienced a slow down with time on their old Nexus (which I never have experienced since I wasn’t a heavy installer/uninstaller). The update also includes Open GLES 3.0 so it is possible that games will run smoother on the old Nexus as well. Nothing really to contrast here now.

    HDMI Out (With Slimport Adapter) – I picked up a new Slimport adapater and the HDMI out functionality works flawlessly, but when you plug in your AC charger into it, the Nexus 7 only registers it as “USB” charging which still slowly drains the battery. I tested it using Netflix against my Playstation 3 on my Samsung 52″ 1080P TV running…

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  4. You don’t have USB ports and you don’t even have the CD Rom in your laptop. Considering this I would suggest that if your data isn’t much use a free online hard drive where you can store data from your desktop computer and can download it to your laptop afterwards. E Snips is a good website where you can store upto 5 GB data in one account. You can create multiple accounts if you want more storage space.

    http://www.esnips.com

  5. There are two ways you can do this.

    – Connect the old laptop to a network. Dump the data to a storage location and then to the PC.
    – Use a software called LapLink to connect the laptop directly to the PC. http://www.laplink.com/
    – The worst case scenario is to use the floppy disk to transfer

    Good Luck!

  6. use the wizard in win xp

  7. If u have a router, u can connect your desktop and your laptop to it, LAN. Then go to Run, type \ipadress and transwer files

  8. U can use ur mailbox, create a folder and store all u want in it. Access ur mail from ur desktop and download all u need.Its simple.


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