Home » Android Tablet » Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet
Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet


Product Added : March 25th, 2014
Category : Android Tablet

facebook
twitter
stumbleupon
Delicious
reddit
Digg
* Discount only for limited time, Buy it now!

"This Best Selling Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet Tends to SELL OUT VERY FAST! If this is a MUST HAVE product, be sure to Order Now to avoid disappointment!"

Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet


Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

Black; Touch Screen; 7″ WUXGA (1920*1200), 400 nits, LED backlight IPS panel with Corning Fit Glass; Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 8064 1.5GHz, L2 2MB, Quad-Core; 2GB DDR3LM-1066; Adreno 320, 400MHz; 32GB Flash; No Optical Drive; Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean); 802.11ABGN; 1.2 Mega Pixel & 5.0 Mega Pixel Webcams; Bluetooth 4.0; 15Wh, 3950mAh, non-removable polymer battery (10 hours); Comes with Adapter & power plug, Manual, Warranty card, Cleaning Cloth; 1 Year North America Warranty
Google NEXUS 7 FHD by ASUS
view larger

The all new 7″ tablet from Google

Now thinner, lighter, and faster – Nexus 7 brings you the perfect mix of power and portability and features the world’s sharpest 7″ tablet screen.

Grab-and-Go Greatness
view larger

Grab-and-Go Greatness

Smart, thin and gorgeous

The clean, simple design features a slim body, a thin bezel and a soft-touch, matte back. So it sits comfortably in the palm of your hand while the bright, beautiful 7″ display brings your entertainment to life.

Lighter than ever, lasts longer

At just 0.64lbs (290g), the all-new Nexus 7 is light enough to take anywhere and fits easily in bags, backpacks, and even back-pockets. With up to 9 hours of HD video playback and 10 hours of web browsing or e-reading, there’s plenty of juice to get you through the day, and built-in wireless charging means you can charge, grab, and go.

Eye-Popping Performance
view larger

Eye-Popping Performance

The sharpest 7″ tablet screen ever

The world’s highest-resolution 7″ tablet puts over 2.3 million pixels in the palm of your hand. With 323 pixels packed into every inch, you can read text that’s sharper than the printed page, see images more vivid than the highest quality photo magazine, and watch videos come to life in vibrant 1080p HD.

Fast and smooth

Nexus 7 is made by ASUS and packs a serious punch. With a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM, everything runs faster. Plus, high-performance rendering ensures 3D graphics are smooth and dynamic.

Sound that surrounds

Nexus 7 features stereo speakers and Surround Sound powered by Fraunhofer3 (the MP3 inventors) so you get rich and immersive audio. Hear it all more clearly with finely tuned volume boost technology that makes dialog and sound crisp and easier on the ears.

All your stuff, your way
view larger

All your stuff, your way

Best of Google

Nexus 7 comes loaded with your favorite Google apps – like Chrome, Gmail, YouTube, Hangouts and Google Now – so you can browse, watch, share and stay connected wherever you go. And because Google apps are designed for the cloud, everything is simple and works seamlessly across your phone, tablet and computer. Now you have all the stuff you need, when you need it.

Powered by Android

Nexus 7 is the first tablet to ship with Android 4.3, the latest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system so it’s fast, fun and easy to make your own. Share your tablet with friends and family – each person has a separate customizable space, including personal homescreen, wallpaper, apps, storage, and more. You can also manage access to apps and content to create an experience that’s appropriate for each member of the family.

Ready to Play

Nexus 7 is great for gaming and with favorites like Prince of Persia, Asphalt 8, and Riptide GP 2, you can tilt, tap, and touch your way to the top. The brand new Play Games app also lets you track your achievements, play with (or against) friends and gamers around the world, and discover new exciting games. And with an ever-expanding number of tablet-optimized apps like Flipboard, Expedia, or The Fancy, you’ll find all the apps you love, and love the many new apps you’ll find.

Kick back with the world’s largest collection of eBooks, listen to millions of music tracks with All Access, and immerse yourself in thousands of movies and TV shows on Google Play.


Specifications

  • Operating System: Android™ 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
  • Display: 7.02″ 1920×1200 HD IPS display (323 ppi); Scratch resistant Corning® glass
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, 1.5GHz
  • Graphics: Adreno 320, 400MHz
  • Connectivity: 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G)
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Storage: Available in 16GB or 32GB
  • Camera: Front 1.2MP fixed focus; Rear 5MP auto focus
  • Sensors: GPS, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Compass, Ambient Light


 

  • Audio: Mono speakers, Surround Sound – powered by Fraunhofer3
  • Battery: Up to 9 hours1
  • Dimensions: 114 x 200 x 8.65 mm
  • Weight: 0.64 lbs
  • Ports & Connectors:
    • Power and Volume buttons
    • 3.5mm audio
    • Microphone
    • 1 x Micro USB port
    • SlimPort™ enabled


What’s in the Box

  • NEXUS 7 FHD by ASUS Tablet
  • AC Adapter & Power Plug
  • Manual Card
  • Warranty Card


Protect your NEXUS 7 FHD with official ASUS Accessories (sold separately)

ASUS Official Nexus 7 FHD Travel Cover
view larger

ASUS Official Nexus 7 FHD Travel Cover
  • Made from light yet durable polymer
  • Provides improved damage resistance everywhere you go
  • Special inserts for connectors allows you to charge without removing the cover, keeping your Nexus 7 FHD protected at all times.
  • Available in 5 vibrant colors: Orange, Blue, Pink, Green, and Dark Grey

ASUS Nexus 7 FHD Official Premium Cover
view larger

ASUS Nexus 7 FHD Official Premium Cover
  • Soft microfiber and durable polyurethane construction.
  • Features a folding-cover that can prop up the tablet like a stand.
  • Two positions – One to watch movies, one to type on the tablet.
  • Cut-outs and inserts tailored for all of Nexus 7 FHD’s camera, ports, and buttons.
  • Slim and sturdy design fully protects the Nexus 7 FHD front and back from everyday bumps and scratches.
  • Available in black and white.
ASUS The Official Nexus 7 FHD Screen Protector
view larger

ASUS The Official Nexus 7 FHD Screen Protector
  • Two screen protectors in one packages: 1x Matte Screen Protector, 1x Glossy Screen Protector.
  • Includes 1x Squeegees and 1x Cleaning Cloth to help you apply the screen protector smoothly without bubbles
  • Proprietary technology to resist bubbles, glare, fingerprints and guards against scratches

ASUS- Top 3 Global Consumer Notebook Brand

As the world’s top three consumer notebook brand and maker of the world’s best-selling motherboards, ASUS prides itself by making products that always “START with PEOPLE.” With a persistent approach to innovation, ASUS goes beyond satisfying current consumer needs to surpass expectations and spark the imaginations of people everywhere. ASUS designs and manufactures a diverse range of products as part of our relentless search for incredible, including motherboards, graphics cards, displays, desktop and all-in-one PCs, notebooks, netbooks, networking devices, servers, smartphones and tablets. Driven by innovation and committed to quality, ASUS won 4,168 awards in 2012 and recently received the recognition for the 2013 PC Magazine Reader’s Choice Award.

1. Actual battery life varies with usage. Operation lifetime subjects to product model, normal usage conditions, and configurations

2. Actual formatted capacity will be less

3. Fraunhofer Cingo™ mobile audio technology. Learn more: www.fraunhofer-cingo.com

©2013 ASUS Computer International. All Rights Reserved. ASUS is a registered trademark of ASUSTeK Computer. All specifications and terms are subject to change without notice. Please check with your supplier for exact offers on selected models. Products may not be available in all markets. Product may not be exactly as shown in photos. Actual colors may differ from their appearance due to variation of monitor restrictions and color processing. All trademarks are registered to their respective companies. ASUS shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

  • World’s sharpest 7″ tablet screen (323 ppi).
  • Powerful battery, up to 9 hrs of active use.
  • Quad-core speed and performance, 2GB RAM.
  • Comes with Android 4.3.

We have searched the web to find the best prices available. Click Here to find out where to get the best deal on
Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

Incoming search terms:

  • compare Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch 32 GB Black)
  • Google Nexux 7 32 GB tablet
  • Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch 16 GB Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet
  • Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch 32 GB Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet

Tags » ,

What customers say about Nexus 7 from Google (7-Inch, 32 GB, Black) by ASUS (2013) Tablet?

  1. 898 of 933 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nexus 7 Updated, November 19, 2012
    By 
    D.L.C (United States) –

    Updated News as of November 2013:

    Google has released specifications for the Second Generation Nexus 7 with the release date on July 30th 2013. Resolution has been bumped up to 1920×1200 (323 PPI!), a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 (sorry, no S8) quad core processor clocking in at 1.5 GHz (vs the 1.3 Tegra 3 on the First Gen Nexus), 2 gigs of RAM, 4 times as powerful graphics chip, and a 5 megapixel back camera. Cnet is reporting that the Second Gen will have HDMI out capabilities from its micro usb port, thus implying the MHL protocols which were missing on the first generation are enabled on the Second Gen thus letting you plug your tablet into your TV to watch movies. The tablet is a bit lighter and a bit thinner than the first generation as well. Also ships with Android 4.3, the newest version. The dimpled back that so many people loved is gone replaced with a smooth surface. Still no Gorilla Glass, but now includes Dual Band Wifi and stereo speakers. Battery capacity appears to have been decreased about 400 mAh most likely to fit inside the thinner case.

    Unfortunately, the price has increased. 16gb for $229, 32gb for $269 and the new LTE enabled model for $349. Unlike the First Gen series (which you are looking at), the cellular options now include Verizon in addition to the original GSM based AT&T and T-Mobile. Sprint still out of luck. As always, sold unlocked. Due to the new release, the First Gen is likely to see significant price decreases.

    USB Hosting and USB OTG still works on the Nexus 7 2nd Generation.

    If you’re on a budget, the Nexus 7 (2012) is an excellent choice, but for $229 the Nexus 7 2nd generation also known as the Nexus 7 (2013) is a superior product. Much better processor, better graphics, better screen and lighter.

    End of Update.

    I’ve had the Nexus 7 8gb since Late August. I’ll share some of my experience as well as pitfalls. The 8/16/32 Gb are functionally identical abet with a few minor difference between them, largely being the size capacities. There is also a 3G cellular version for $300 on Google Play. Remember that currently Amazon is NOT selling the Nexus 7 itself, but merely providing 3rd Party sellers a place to sell it. Occasionally Amazon takes care of the shipping, but this is not an Amazon company product. It will be cheaper elsewhere.

    The 32 GB version was released on October 29th, 2012. The 8 GB version was discontinued and the 16 GB version dropped $50 in price. The 3G cellular version went on sale on November 13, 2012 only on T-Mobile and AT&T networks for $300 big ones.

    A few things key to know about the 32 GB version:
    Flash memory works faster the more there is up to a plateau of around 480 GBs. Benchmarks on the 32 GB Nexus 7 show a slight improvement in speed in most activities. Meaning, despite having the same parts of its smaller sized brethren, the 32 GB will see a few seconds shaved off in terms of performance. The Nexus 7 8/16 versions were plenty fast already.

    Asus should have fixed many of the defects that plagued the early releases from screen separation, light bleed, bad audio plugs, etc. Sometimes it pays to wait for technology.

    Not all 32 GB are free for the user. Based on the previous models, you should have around 28 to 29 GB of empty space available.

    Let’s address some of the perceived flaws and some of the real flaws of the Nexus 7.

    1) Storage. 8/16/32gb (the three flavors the Nexus 7 comes in) can go real fast real quick in today’s age of HD movies. I took my 16gb iPad on a trip and I maxed out with movies incredibly fast, even after I shrunk them down to least tolerable quality. The Nexus 7 does deserve some criticism for no Micro-SD slot and I was not going to buy it for that sole reason. However, like all good Android Tablets, there’s a solution.

    It’s called USB On The Go. You take a USB OTG cable (like $1 here or on eBay), plug it into your Nexus 7, download the Nexus Media Importer app (Currently $3 on Google Play) and then connect whatever side hard drive or flash drive you want. The largest size external media I could connect to (and have access too) is a 3TB Western Digital. So much for 8/16/32 gig limits! The only problem I encountered with large drives is that the Media Importer app (which streams media as well as allowing one way coping to the Nexus 7) is that it crashes when you try to stream media out of folders that contain huge amounts of files, like 3,000 mp3s. Oh yeah. And this requires absolutely ZERO rooting. Take your Nexus out of the box. Download the Nexus Media Importer App. Buy the cable. Plug in your thumb drive. You’re good to go.

    Kickstarter recently funded a MicroUSB MicroSD reader which will allow owners of certain devices (including the Nexus 7) to access MicroSD Cards. Google “Meenova.com” for more information about when they are going to be released for the…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  2. 1,331 of 1,389 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent tablet for a reasonable price, November 5, 2012
    By 
    sidroy

    Update:
    ———
    Google just announced a newer version of Nexus 7, making this product obsolete. Some of the highlights are -
    – A nice bump in the screen resolution – 1920 X 1200 (323 ppi)
    – A 5 MP rear facing camera
    – Ships with Android 4.3, which has a restricted profile feature that can be used to block in-app purchases and limit access to content.
    – The usual improvements in processor, memory, weight, speakers, wireless, etc. You can find the details on the official website for Nexus 7.
    – The 32 GB model is $269 now. $20 extra for the new model is well worth it, in my opinion.

    Full Disclosure:
    —————–
    Let me state upfront that in the last 3 years, my wife and I have purchased 4 iPhones, 4 iPads, 1 Mac Mini, 1 Apple TV and 2 Macbook Airs for ourselves and extended members of the family. I cannot review this product without comparing it to the iPad 2, which I’ve been using for the last year and a half.

    Motivation:
    ————
    We have an 18 month old son who needs to be entertained with videos and apps while he’s being fed and we have an upcoming trip to India during which we’ll need to keep him busy during the flight and transits. Here are our requirements -
    1) We needed a tablet that is more portable than the 16 GB iPad 2 that we currently have so that it’s easy to stuff into my cargo pants or jacket and pull it out quickly when required.
    2) We needed more than the 16GB storage to store his favorite videos because we may have intermittent access to WiFi, at least 32 GB.
    3) When he’s not using it, I would like a tablet that’s easy to grip for long hours of reading.

    Choice:
    ——–
    Based on these 3 requirements, I restricted my choice to the iPad Mini, Kindle Fire HD and Nexus 7 32GB.

    Here are the reasons I decided to go with the Nexus 7.
    The 32 GB iPad Mini was almost $195 ((429 – 249) * 1.0825) more than the other 2 when you include CA sales taxes. It is at least half an inch wider than the Nexus 7 which makes it slightly harder to grip if you have small hands like me. The areas where it’s better – slightly bigger screen, iOS app store, rear camera were not that important to me since we already have an iPad 2 and I don’t shoot photos or videos with tablets.
    I chose Nexus 7 over Kindle Fire because I use a lot of Google services and wanted a tablet with a more open ecosystem. I can read Kindle e-books and listen to music using the Amazon Cloud Player on the Nexus 7. We have a Netflix subscription so the loss of Amazon Instant Video was not that important.

    Review:
    ———
    Here are the things that I liked about the Nexus 7 -
    1) Jelly Bean (4.1) is really good. I had played with Android phones and tablets before and they used to lack the smoothness of iOS. I think it’s pretty close now.
    2) The higher resolution HD screen is great for reading and watching videos.
    3) If you are heavily into the Google ecosystem, it’s a breeze to set it up.
    4) Android in general is more customizable with widgets etc.
    5) I was able to download most of the iOS apps that I use frequently with some exceptions. More on that later.
    6) I liked the auto-update feature on Android. It’s an option that you can tick while downloading an app. It automatically downloads updates to that app.
    7) I liked the notification system and realized why iOS decided to replicate it.
    8) I also liked the shortcut for looking at running apps and a simple flick deletes them.
    9) It is easier for my son to hold compared to the iPad 2. He also has a habit of pressing the home button and exiting the app on the iPad 2 and then complaining about it (he’s only 18 months old) but fortunately he can’t do that on the Nexus 7.

    Here are the things that I thought were missing -
    1) There are fewer tablet optimized apps on Android. The quality of apps on iOS for iPad is definitely better. Flipboard was good on Nexus 7 but Zite lacked the polish of the iPad app. NYTimes was good. The usual games like Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja and Cut the Rope were more unstable and crashed a few times. I installed Talkatone to make calls through Google Voice and it worked fine. The usual ones – Netflix, Skype, etc. worked fine. I noticed some lag while using Zinio to read the National Geographic.
    2) I’m still not used to the Chrome browser on a tablet. It seemed to me that accessing bookmarks on the iOS browser is easier. I found all my bookmarks already synced on my Chrome browser but accessing them requires multiple steps.
    3) It is slightly heavier than the iPad Mini but not by a lot. The iPad Mini is still ahead in terms of external design and looks but the cost mattered more to me this time. I may have paid $100 more for the iPad Mini because of the iOS app ecosystem advantage but $195 was a very high premium for an optional device…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  3. 1,478 of 1,565 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    HUGE improvement over the original model, July 26, 2013
    By 
    Dangs “Dan” (Baltimore, MD) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    **REVIEW UPDATED ON 7/30/13 – Updated speakers, “other features”, battery life, gripes**

    For anyone on the fence, and especially for those frustrated by the performance slowdown issues with the original Nexus 7 tablet, don’t let that scare you off from buying the second generation model.

    Google made all of the right improvements to the product, and the result is a significantly improved product for a marginally higher cost. Only time will tell if this unit suffers the same performance fate as the original model (for those not familiar, over time, the first generation tablets tended to quickly slow down and struggle to perform even basic tasks like browsing the internet). However, Android 4.3 feels ultra-smooth so far, and I am hoping that Google and Asus learned from their original mistakes.

    SCREEN: The new screen is absolutely stunning. Some people argue that the resolution of 323 pixels per inch is unnecessary, but you can really see the difference when you use it in person. Text is significantly sharper and a little easier on the eye to read. Using the tablet to watch videos and see pictures produces a stunning result.

    PROCESSOR: This is the #1 reason I’d recommend this new, upgraded Nexus 7 over the older version. The speed upgrade is unquestionably immense, and to those who have used the older and newest model Nexus 7, you will notice and appreciate this immediately. Apps load instantly; the internet browsing experience is smooth and a very welcome upgrade over past performance. It’s strange; a few days ago I was satisfied with the decent albeit declining performance of my 1st Gen Nexus 7. Now that I have this new one, I use them both side by side and the older model feels like a dinosaur. This alone is reason enough to upgrade.

    SIZE/WEIGHT: The reduced thickness and weight of the tablet is very noticeable. I often times used my old Nexus 7 tablet while sitting in bed, to check email and browse the web prior to going to sleep. Holding the old Nexus in one hand, and the new one in the other, the differences in size and weight are VERY noticeable. No doubt will provide a more comfortable long term usage experience, especially for extended sessions while on flights or the subway.

    BATTERY LIFE: After a couple days of using this new Nexus 7, I can confidently say that the battery life has been significantly improved over the original model. My previous session of about 2 hours straight of use (screen on, using apps that draw semi-frequent data over wi-fi) drained only 20% of the battery life. If I project this out, it would tell me that I could get 10 hours of constant use on one full charge. I haven’t run through an entire charge yet from 100% down to 0% (I’ve been recharging after each use), but I’ll try to get to that sometime this week and report back on my total real-world battery life.

    CAMERAS: Google added a rear-facing Camera on this new second gen Nexus. While I typically wouldn’t use my tablet as a camera, I have tried it out and it takes excellent pictures. Focuses quickly, the images are sharp and the low light performance, while not great, is better than I would have expected. The front-facing camera gets more use for me (I use my tablets to Skype with family). The new front facing camera is noticeably sharper and better in lower light situations than the original Nexus 7 camera was. In low light, the old model was almost unusable. The 2nd gen Nexus 7 low light performance is very acceptable.

    SPEAKERS: I’ve now spent some time using this second-gen Nexus 7 side by side with my original Nexus 7. Separately, they both sound very acceptable for speakers from small tablets. Using them side by side, the improvements to the Nexus 7 are very noticeable, and the sound is more clear even at high volumes. I’d say that this new model sounds far less “tinny” than the original Nexus did. Personally, I don’t use the built-in speakers often (I’m normally either listening with headphones, or using bluetooth audio to my Logitech Boombox). But for people who do use the built-in speakers to play music or watch movies, you will appreciate the improvement in the speakers.

    OTHER FEATURES: Last night, I realized that this tablet is compatible with Qi Wireless Charging, a discovery which made me VERY happy. I use a Nexus 4 cell phone, and I keep it on my nightstand on the Google Nexus Charging Orb. I attempted to use the orb with this new Nexus 7 tablet, and it worked perfectly. You have to sit the tablet landscape, with the orb centered on the tablet, and it synced up and began charging instantly.

    COMPARISONS: I will update this section shortly with my comparison review between this 2nd Gen Nexus 7, the iPad Mini, and the Kindle Fire HD, as soon as I’ve had more time to test them all side by side.

    GRIPES AND COMPLAINTS: Here, I’ll list any gripes that I have about the tablet. My first major gripe…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No





seven + 2 =

Latest Feedbacks


Tablet B is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program,
an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com