Google Nexus 7 or Asus Nexus 7 however you wish to call the device seems to be the only tablet in the market doing well apart from the obvious winner that is the iPad. Yes, it is still early days but the nexus branded device has definitely made a terrific start and is probably the most sought out Nexus device out there out shinning the Galaxy Nexus. Having had loads of hands on device time, I can actually see why since the device is extremely capable and performs really well.
However, the only qualm we had with the device about the connectivity on the go seems to be getting resolved now. The tablet so far shipped with a Wi-Fi version, but seems like now it will be soon coming in a 3G or HSPA+ version depending on the region you are in. This is great news for those who have been waiting to pick the device once it gets its added features of connectivity on the go. The device is expected to see the face of the earth in about 6 weeks time and there have been no word on the price yet, however we would assume there would be a difference of about $50 from the base and 3G version. This is a highly unconfirmed report and may turn out to be totally hoax but we do believe it makes enough sense for Google to be working on something like this.
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