The availability of Tablet PCs from several manufacturers has not prevented the likes of Google and Xolo coming out with versions of their own.
The Tegra Note 7 and the Google Nexus 7 are the latest to inter into a highly competitive segment. However, they have several unique features on their own. With the aid of a lower price tag, they can hope to sell in big numbers. The Apple iPad caters to the high-end segment, but the Google Nexus 7 and the Tegra Note 7 are more than good enough for various aspects on its own.
The Google Nexus 7 has already secured a lot of fan following after managing to offer most of the features found on high-end tablets for a fraction of the price. Yet, the brilliant aspect of this tablet is the fact that it does not sacrifice on quality of materials used. In terms of build quality, the Apple iPad still reigns supreme at the top of the range, but at around 50% of the price, the Nexus 7 is not too far behind.
The Google Nexus 7 and the Tegra Note 7 are tablets that are designed to maximize the multimedia experience. They primarily do this by providing a screen with 16:9 format. The Nexus 7 especially offers two speakers on either side of the device. This ensures that the stereo sound is provided as intended. This has always been a major flaw of the iPad, which features all of its speakers in one direction. The Tegra Note 7 is also extremely well-equipped for multimedia playback.
The screen of both devices comes in at 7- inches in size, but they differ in terms of resolution offered. The Nexus 7 is capable of boosting up to 1920 by 1200 pixels. This means that it will be able to provide a pixel density of 323 PPI. The Tegra Note 7, meanwhile, can offer only around 1280 by 800 pixels of resolution, which puts the pixel density at 216 PPI. Apart from the resolution aspect, both devices are fairly similar in the screen department.
The screen is well protected on the Nexus 7 with the use of the gorilla glass. This feature is absent in the Tegra Note 7 and one may have to rely upon external means in order to protect the screen.
Being a budget tablet PC, the Tegra Note 7 is offered in only one internal memory option – 16 GB. The Nexus 7 excels in this regard by offering to 32 GB of internal memory. This becomes extremely crucial in the latter considering that is does not offer external memory card support. Due to the internal memory being on the lower scale, the Tegra Note 7 comes with this feature. The memory card support is up to 64-GB.
This has always been a very crucial element of modern gadgets and the Tegra Note 7 delivers in this regard by providing Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi direct as its primary connectivity options. The latest Bluetooth 4.0 version and micro-USB is also present. The Nexus 7 is almost similar in terms of connectivity, but it does lack the Wi-Fi direct feature. However, it is available in the form of an LTE model that will support high-speed connectivity through a SIM card.
The inability to support LTE networks has been somewhat compensated by the presence of a comprehensive five megapixel camera on the Tegra Note 7, which is priced at $ 190. This camera provides options like image stabilization and full HD video recording. A similar megapixel camera is found on the Nexus 7, which is priced at $ 230.
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