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Tony Lawrence

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Chicago, Illinois, US

Does anybody have one yet?   The reviews on it look fantastic.  Android 4.3 has a trim feature which is supposed to keep things from slowing down.   Thoughts if you own one.

Sep 13 13 05:16 pm Link

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Image Works Photography

Posts: 2890

Orlando, Florida, US

I bought my daughter one when it came out this past August. It had a good pricing but didn't get to toy around to much with it. The display perhaps is the most appealing with its HD resolution.

Sep 13 13 08:29 pm Link

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Tony Lawrence

Posts: 19225

Chicago, Illinois, US

GreatMomentsPhotography wrote:
I bought my daughter one when it came out this past August. It had a good pricing but didn't get to toy around to much with it. The display perhaps is the most appealing with its HD resolution.

Thanks!   Man it looks great on-line.   I'm headed to Best Buy to check one out.   Rooting it seems to be a bit of a pain though.

Sep 13 13 08:33 pm Link

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Tom Linkens

Posts: 6418

Lititz, Pennsylvania, US

I'll need to get around to seeing a store display, to compare it to the original Nexus 7.

Sep 14 13 06:22 am Link

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Hikari Tech Photography

Posts: 791

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Tony Lawrence wrote:
Does anybody have one yet?   The reviews on it look fantastic.  Android 4.3 has a trim feature which is supposed to keep things from slowing down.   Thoughts if you own one.

Had one now for over a month and no complaints so far. The screen is a HUGE step up. Speed wise, I can't complain for the battery life one gets.

Make sure you got to the HTC website if you have any problems with the Nexus 7 being recognized by your Win7 system. Do NOT go to M$ for help as their 'help' is from 2007 and it doesn't work.

Sep 15 13 02:49 am Link