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Saturday, 27 July 2013

Google Nexus 7: world’s highest resolution tablet


It features wireless charging, 4G connectivity and a screen that offers 323 pixels per inch.
The Google Nexus 7 tablet, much rumoured online, was confirmed by the company in California. It features wireless charging, 4G connectivity, a screen that offers 323 pixels per inch, and is thinner and lighter than its predecessor.
Google claimed the screen made it the world’s highest resolution tablet, comparing favourably to the iPad’s Retina Display, which offers 264PPI. Both models offer higher resolutions than most users can perceive

The Nexus 7 builds on the success of the first model, which retails for £159. IN the UK it will be out by Christmas, probably for a very similar price, sources said.
Google claimed it could offer up to 10 hours of battery life, and that its 1.5GHz processor was 80 per cent faster than the original model. Memory has been doubled to 2GB, and it also features wirless charging, the latest version of Bluetooth for compatibility with wearable technologies such as watches, and NFC.
The 144x200x9.15mm tablet is lighter than its predecessor, at 299g with Wi-fi and 310g with 4G LTE. The 1920 x 1200 HD display also comes with 5MP rear and 1.2MP front cameras, as well as dual stereo speakers.
The device will also be the first to feature the new version of Android, 4.3, which includes individual users profiles, which can be restricted so that, for instance, children cannot see in-app purchasing options that could land their parents with huge bills.
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