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Google Nexus 7 Vs. iPad Mini: 6 Key Factors
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AnangT698
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AnangT698,
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7/27/2013 | 5:17:03 PM
re: Google Nexus 7 Vs. iPad Mini: 6 Key Factors
Before you buy a Google Nexus 7.2,You should see the first video The following Google Nexus 7.2 review.Here will be

tested for greatness and abilities possessed of this tablet

>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
BradM799
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7/27/2013 | 3:41:12 PM
re: Google Nexus 7 Vs. iPad Mini: 6 Key Factors
"More or less than same sensors"?

WTF????

The Nexus-7 has a GPS in it. This is a huge difference between the iPad Mini @ $329 vs. Nexus-7

At a coffee shop and you discover a used bookstore across town? Viola! Turn by turn voice navigation will get you there on the Nexus-7 (yes, Google will cache the maps so you don't need 3G or 4G connectivity).

There are so many purposes for the GPS that make the Nexus-7 the clear, and undisputed, when you put the side-by-side up.

Don't gloss over the GPS by saying "more or less the same sensors". It makes you look like an Apple stooge.
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7/27/2013 | 3:22:23 PM
re: Google Nexus 7 Vs. iPad Mini: 6 Key Factors
"Google Play offers a better purchase experience than Apple's iTunes Store"

Seriously? No mention of the malware infested apps?

Thomas Claburn, shame on you for taking Google's money to write this misleading trash. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if you didn't even write it. Google probably just sent you the copy for you to cut and paste.

Informationweek, I'm sure you can do better.
kmages570
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7/27/2013 | 2:33:49 PM
re: Google Nexus 7 Vs. iPad Mini: 6 Key Factors
7. It has NFC
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