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A new generation of mini 7-inch to 8-inch tablets from three of the major manufacturers has just completed with the belated launch of the Apple iPad mini with retina display. While the Kindle Fire HDX, Nexus 7, and new iPad mini all have improved displays over their previous year counterparts, only one truly stands out — as lagging significantly behind.
Ah, shopping. Well, shopping for gadgets. It’s almost like weekends were designed to separate your dollars from your wallet, purse or other currency container of choice. If you’re in the mood for an Android tablet, particularly Google’s second generation Nexus 7, there are a couple local retailers selling it at a discount.
You’ve probably seen us post cool Google ads before, but this one is a little different. It’s the first one made in Australia for Australians, and it’s made of good feelings.
When Google announced the 2013 edition Nexus 7 last month, there was no word on Australian availability. Fortunately, that changes today: the Nexus 7 is going on sale down under.
Google’s Nexus 7 was the best small tablet of 2012. Rather than mess with success, Google did something uncharacteristically conservative: it made little improvements here and there and left the rest mostly as is. The result? This year’s Nexus 7 is more low rumble than tectonic shift, but it’s still our new favourite tablet. For now at least.