The original Google Nexus 7 that debuted last year showed us that premium products don’t have to have premium prices. At $200, the 7-inch Android tablet stood up to its pricier competitors such as the Apple iPad Mini and with top-of-the line specs at the time. To this day, the first-generation Nexus 7 is still a favorite to those looking for a small tablet. Not content with that, Google has further upped its game this year with a new Nexus 7 sporting all-around improvements like a faster processor and a new 4.3 Android OS, but priced about $30. Has Google given us a boring upgrade? Or is the Nexus 7 a winning dynasty? Let’s find out!
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