Yesterday, Google proudly revealed some new additions to it’s hardware family. The Nexus 7 2.0 was it’s shining new tablet.
The new Nexus 7 2.0 has made a large step forward in the world of tablets, being the first tablet to hold 330 pixels per inch. The tablet resolution is always a native 1080p, and is the only tablet to do so currently. The CPU and GPU processors are both 4x as fast as the previous Nexus 7, and it’s sporting a beautiful and very fast Jellybean 4.3 OS.
Tablets are only getting more popular due to how functional they are, and also because of how family friendly they can be. On the Nexus 7 2.0, there’s a new feature that allows users to make restricted profiles for their children, enabling parents to completely control the content their children are allowed to access. Apps and games can be turned on and off from the initial user’s profile, allowing parents to make sure that kids are using their tablets for whatever they choose to dictate.
The biggest release involving the new tablet is the brand new ChromeCast. This small USB device hooks up to the HDMI port in your television and allows users on any Android or iOS device to bring online content onto the television directly. It will stream Youtube videos, Netflix movies, or music directly from the Cloud, so it doesn’t depend on your phone’s processing power.
With this addition to the Google family, the Nexus 7 2.0 can be used on the go and at home to bring (and control) high quality content in the household.
We currently have three cases available for purchase on Amazon for the Nexus 7 2.0.
The Bookshell: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0096SK9IU
The Slimbook: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0096SK78W
All which can be purchased now.