Google first tablet market is Nexus 7, an Asus-made device which has impressed us no-end. Updated on 25/06/13.
Wielding Android 4.2 Jelly bean, a 7in IPS screen, a quad-core processor and a bargain price tag of £159, the Nexus 7 is a tablet which, at the least, deserves your consideration.
See also: Google Nexus 7 tablet vs Apple iPad comparison review.
The Nexus 7 has been on the market for a while now; it’s been almost a year since it launched. Over that time a number of rival tablets have arrived, most of which have arguably been copycat efforts.
Despite strong entries from the likes of Amazon with its Kindle Fire HD and Barnes&Noble with its Nook HD, the Nexus 7 is still our top pick for a budget tablet. The Nook HD is a strong contender with a higher resolution display and the recent addition of the Play Store. If you want expandable storage, it’s worth taking a look at the Acer Iconia A1. See also: The 7 best tablets with expandable memory: what’s the best tablet with an SD card slot?
Of course, if you do not want an Android tablet then the iPad mini is undoubtedly a great choice