The Nexus 7 tablet from Google is said to hit the sweet spot for many who want a media consumption device that is light, nice to look at, and works seamlessly. The thing is, demand for the Nexus 7 tablet has proved to be overwhelming, so much so that production cannot keep up with demand, and Google has also taken the pro-active step of offering an official video which hopefully will be able to help you go through the first time set up process so that you can start using the smooth as (project) butter user interface on the Nexus 7 as soon as possible.
It makes perfect sense, really, as this is a relatively affordable tablet for just about everyone (Amazon’s probably sweating buckets at the competition the Nexus 7 is going to give its range of Kindle tablets at this price point), which means there is bound to be a fair number of people who are going to be exposed to the Android operating system for the first time. Check out the “Getting Started” video above, where it will cover essential ground such as turning on the tablet to setting up a Google account in addition to be on the receiving end of software updates.
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