The market for tablets is exploding. While the iPad has been far and away the leading tablet so far, the brand new Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 are perhaps the first Android-based tablets to have a shot at making a big dent in the iPad's market share. The Nexus 7 was the first tablet to use Android 4.1 (code named Jelly Bean), which has gotten rave reviews from the trade press. The initial release of tablets sold out right away, and Google has struggled to keep up with the demand. My Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 is the best guide to help new owners of a Nexus tablet learn and master their device. All the essential features of a Nexus tablet are covered, including: Web Browsing on the pre-installed Google Chrome browser, a first for Android devicesUsing the Google Nexus as a collaboration toolUsing the Google Nexus as an organization toolUsing the Google Nexus as a portable media player and purchasing media from the Google Play storeTime saving tips for enhancing one's daily lifeUsing the Nexus as a turn by turn navigation tool (GPS)Using the Google Nexus in an enterprise settingAnd much more...
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January 21, 2013
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