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Google Nexus 7 Tablet: 10 Coolest Features

Google's Android 4.1 slate takes aim at Amazon's $199 Kindle Fire.
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A quad-core CPU may be interesting, but the Nexus 7's 12-core graphics processing unit (GPU) is the real jaw-dropper. The ability to deliver an immersive gaming experience with richly detailed graphics would certainly help distinguish the Nexus 7 from its competitors.

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