Karen :3: I AM USING THIS TABLET RIGHT NOW TO TYPE THIS COMMENT
Janice Fellows: Thanks, very informative.
Samy_06: can't believe it's been already 3 years since the release of the second gen nexus 7 , time is really flying !
The Brayden channel: My first tablet and it was a solid device and was the aptomy of perfection at the time. This review makes me cry from the inside.😂😂😂😂😂
eat-another-pie: does it support usb OTG ?
kevin tran: there no SD storage for it :(
Liline Lyma: Thanks! where is the sim card,mine is asking for one and it wasn't in the box.
lgbtTV5: A near perfect tablet. My biggest complaint -- and this may be a deal killer -- is that it doesn't have a microSD card reader. That's a huge annoyance. not only because the memory isn't expandable, but transferring files becomes much more of a hassle. Everything has to be done through a slow USB 2.0 cable. Or even slower Bluetooth or WiFi.
Notepad - Tips & Tricks: Watching this on my new Google Nexus 7
Jeong-hun Sin: Google should release an updated version. No hard work required. Just put a faster CPU and a little bit more RAM, leaving everything else the same. It should sell very well.
Kurt Manabo: hey I thought google nexus 7 is android 7.0 and its not it's 4.3
KhmerD0g: I just bought the Nexus 7 (2013) for $74.36 + tax at Microcenter. It was probably a display model or someone returned it. It has a lot of scratches on the back and few on the screen. No big deal. I will use it mostly for reading.
New Google Nexus 7 (2nd Generation): Unboxing & Review5
out of 5