Nexus 7 LTE

There are a bunch of tablets out there with many variations and options. I made my decision on the Nexus 7 for its price and features. Plus the fact it runs stock Android and gets updates fast made it a clear choice. There are also very few tablets out there with cellular capabilities and the Nexus 7 shines in that category.
Nexus 7

First off, lets talk about the hardware. With the quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro, it has plenty of performance and the 1080p IPS looks great and is very crisp. The tablet is light and thin making it very easy to take on the go.

The main feature this device offers that most tablets lack is cellular connectivity. This tablet offers LTE capabilities to Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. This makes this tablet very useful on the go and not tied down to the home. For T-Mobile and AT&T it also supports there HSPA and Edge networks so you have a very wide range of support.

At the price of $350, this offers a price lower than most iPad models that lack cellular connectivity and several hundred lower than the ones that do, which only come in the larger models and I prefer the smaller size for more portable use.

With this on T-Mobile, it has been a complete joy having this while waiting for the car being fixed or in the doctors office. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a great tablet.


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