nexus-7-2-review--016When it comes to Android-powered tablets, there are dime a dozen models to choose from, although Nexus 7 (2013 model) does continue to hold its own in many aspects despite being close to a year old. It is refreshing to enjoy a stock Android experience, that is for sure, not to mention sporting a physical form factor that is a snap to tote around. Well, if you are still waiting to pick up a new tablet and do not know which model to choose from, perhaps the Nexus 7 will fit the bill perfectly.


Now, don’t go picking up the 2012 Nexus 7 model here. The latest Nexus 7 from the Google Play store will bring along with it a treat, where you will be able to enjoy another three more months of Google Play Music All Access for free, now how about that? Once the three months are over, and you are hooked and well pleased with the service, it will be made available to you at $9.99 each month.

As for the price of the Nexus 7 on the Google Play store itself, the 16GB Wi-Fi model will cost $229 a pop, while the 32GB Wi-Fi model is a wee bit more expensive at $269, offering good value for money, while those who want the LTE version with 32GB of internal memory will have to pony up $349, where you can choose from an unlocked, AT&T or T-Mobile model.

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