What is Nexus 7? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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The Nexus 7 is a tablet PC developed jointly by Google and Asus. Two versions were released in July 2012: One with 8 GB (gigabytes) of storage that sells for $199 retail, and one with 16 GB of storage that sells for $249 retail.

Both versions offer a 7-inch-diagonal touch screen and use the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean mobile OS (operating system). The Nexus 7 uses the Chrome browser. The device is especially designed for content available through Web services such as e-books, music, television programs, and videos.

Nexus 7 features include:

This was last updated in August 2012
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