Google recently announced it would enter the tablet market full-boar with the Nexus 7.
The device won’t be available until mid-July, but some already consider it the best Android tablet they’ve used based on features and the operating system it will use.
The Nexus 7 will run Google’s Jelly Bean operating system, which steps up Android’s functionality and performance. Jelly Bean is more user-friendly than previous Android versions and its voice search, Google Now, is, by all accounts, surpasses Apple’s Siri in many respects.
But, how does it stack up to the tablet king, Apple’s iPad, and other tablets like Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Microsoft’s forthcoming Surface?
The chart below from Thomson Reuters breaks down the key stats of not only the Nexus 7, but Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0 and 10.1), Microsoft’s Surface RT and Pro and Apple’s new iPad, based on the information currently available.
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