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Nexus 7 16GB v2 (2013) for £149.99 @ Game
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Nexus 7 16GB v2 (2013) for £149.99 @ Game

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Posted 17th Jan 2014

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Nexus 7 v2 16GB ASUS-1A007A Product Details
Powerful, portable and made for what matters to you

Over 2.3 million pixels packed into a 7-inch display with an ultra-high 323ppi for incredible visuals in full HD
Slim new design increases comfort and portability, narrow bezels make it easy to hold in one hand
Designed for portability: weighing only 290g with an ultra-thin 8.65mm profile
Quad-core performance: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB RAM for smooth and responsive performance
Photos and video with dual HD cameras: 1.2MP front and 5MP rear
Cinematic stereo surround: Fraunhofer Cingo mobile audio technology for 5.1 virtual surround sound, with or without headphones
speedy dual-band Wi-Fi for blazing internet speeds. Stay connected anywhere, anytime

Now thinner, lighter, and faster – Nexus 7 brings you the perfect mix of power and portability and features the world’s sharpest 7-inch tablet screen.

Grab-and-go greatness - Smart, thin and gorgeous
The clean, simple design features a slim body, a thin bezel and a soft-touch, matte back cover. It sits comfortably in the palm of your hand while the bright, beautiful 7-inch display brings entertainment to life.

Lighter than ever, lasts longer
At just 0.64lbs (290g), the all-new Nexus 7 is light enough to take anywhere and fits easily in bags, backpacks, and even back-pockets. With up to 9 hours of HD video playback and 10 hours of web browsing or e-reading, there's plenty of juice to get you through the day, and built-in wireless charging means you can charge, grab, and go.

Connect from anywhere
With dual-band Wi-Fi and optional 4G LTE, including support for hundreds of networks worldwide, you'll stay entertained – and connected – wherever you are.

Eye-popping performance - The sharpest ever 7-inch tablet screen
The world's highest-resolution 7-inch tablet puts over 2.3 million pixels in the palm of your hand. With 323 pixels packed into every inch, you can read text that’s sharper than a printed page, see images more vivid than the highest quality photo magazine, and watch movies come to life in vibrant full HD.

Fast and smooth
Nexus 7 is made by ASUS and packs a serious punch. With a quad-core Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM, everything runs faster. Plus, high-performance rendering ensures 3D graphics are smooth and dynamic.

Sound that surrounds
Nexus 7 features stereo speakers and Surround Sound powered by Fraunhofer (creators of the MP3 format) so you get rich and immersive audio. Hear it all more clearly with finely tuned volume boost technology that makes dialog and sound crisp and easier on the ears.

Capture every moment
Video conferencing and face-to-face chats with family and friends are more seamless than ever. 1.2MP front and 5MP auto-focus rear cameras and the f/2.4 aperture allows you to capture every moment with rich photos or crisp Full HD video.

All your stuff, your way - Best of Google
Nexus 7 comes loaded with your favorite Google apps – like Chrome, Gmail, YouTube, Hangouts and Google Now – so you can browse, watch, share and stay connected wherever you go. And because Google apps are designed for the cloud, everything is simple and works seamlessly across your phone, tablet and computer. Now you have all the stuff you need, when you need it.

Powered by Android
Nexus 7 is the first tablet to ship with Android 4.3, the latest version of the world's most popular mobile operating system so it's fast, fun and easy to make your own. Share your tablet with friends and family – each person has a separate customizable space, including personal homescreen, wallpaper, apps, storage, and more. You can also manage access to apps and content to create an experience that’s appropriate for each member of the family.

Ready to Play
Nexus 7 is great for gaming and with favorites like Prince of Persia, Asphalt 8, and Riptide GP 2, you can tilt, tap, and touch your way to the top. The brand new Play Games app also lets you track your achievements, play with (or against) friends and gamers around the world, and discover new exciting games. And with an ever-expanding number of tablet-optimized apps like Flipboard, Expedia, or The Fancy, you’ll find all the apps you love, and love the many new apps you find.

Kick back with the world's largest collection of eBooks, listen to millions of music tracks with All Access, and immerse yourself with thousands of movies and TV shows on Google Play.
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190 Comments
Think this will get hot
Great deal
Gutted, just bought one from ASDA direct at £179!
Edited by: "manc007" 17th Jan 2014
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Yes but this was the first post so it wins
Thanks for the copy and paste but no SD card slot = minimum flexibility. Not entirely sure why Google wish to emulate Apple's restrictive, hand-holding devices.
dbhoy

Yes but this was the first post so it wins

i had this on trigger for some reason i bought one and this is a great price so thought i would share !
Elevation

Thanks for the copy and paste but no SD card slot = minimum flexibility. … Thanks for the copy and paste but no SD card slot = minimum flexibility. Not entirely sure why Google wish to emulate Apple's restrictive, hand-holding devices.



Thats ok i was in a rush lol
I think you can probably still expand with a USB adaptor - I used to play video from a USB stick on my old 2012 Nexus 7 fine.
Bought one from john lewis for my son for Xmas, one month later could have saved £50 !!!
Oh well son loves it, he's always in it, great tablet.
Just got one of these, app alert & game email sorted me out! Thanks!
littld

I think you can probably still expand with a USB adaptor - I used to play … I think you can probably still expand with a USB adaptor - I used to play video from a USB stick on my old 2012 Nexus 7 fine.



Yes you can i expanded with a extra 64GB but i dont really need it....
Ooops sorry I duplicate posted this as well, picked up on it from a stock alert in my emails via Game. Picked one up, won't find a better tablet for £149.99. Not as powerful as the new kindle fires, but it has play store access and is cheaper.
Magpiez

Just got one of these, app alert & game email sorted me out! Thanks!

I got the alert too but I really don't need one! ?! ...or do I ... no I don't need one.
tegra note beats this up!!
redhot999

I got the alert too but I really don't need one! ?! ...or do I ... no I … I got the alert too but I really don't need one! ?! ...or do I ... no I don't need one.



exactly what I was thinking... do I upgrade my Nexus 16gb 1st gen or not....
Thanks OP. Was just about to go for the Asda deal.

Once I got to the payment stage, I decided to go back and choose express delivery and it doesn't seem to have charged me. My confirmation email says Express Delivery all for £149.99.

This will get hot if they have plenty of stock!
toughCookie

exactly what I was thinking... do I upgrade my Nexus 16gb 1st gen or … exactly what I was thinking... do I upgrade my Nexus 16gb 1st gen or not....

..tricky ...so tempting ...
super device at a very hot price..heat added.
littld

I think you can probably still expand with a USB adaptor - I used to play … I think you can probably still expand with a USB adaptor - I used to play video from a USB stick on my old 2012 Nexus 7 fine.



Or you could buy the Asus one and just ....wait for it....stick a card in. I'm sorry but I don't really want to waste money buying sad little adaptors and there is no genuine, convincing reason for not putting an SD card slot in - and I'm grateful that Asus put it back in their MemoPad.
littld

I think you can probably still expand with a USB adaptor - I used to play … I think you can probably still expand with a USB adaptor - I used to play video from a USB stick on my old 2012 Nexus 7 fine.



How did you manage to get the 1st gen Nexus to read off a USB stick? It doesn't recognise any pen drives for me. Do I need to root it or something?
Orcinus_orca

tegra note beats this up!!

Thanks you brought me back to reality .. got the £89.99 one before Xmas
Would John Lewis price match this?
redhot999

I got the alert too but I really don't need one! ?! ...or do I ... no I … I got the alert too but I really don't need one! ?! ...or do I ... no I don't need one.



Yes, yes you do!
toughCookie

How did you manage to get the 1st gen Nexus to read off a USB stick? It … How did you manage to get the 1st gen Nexus to read off a USB stick? It doesn't recognise any pen drives for me. Do I need to root it or something?

All otg cables we had worked.
Beat me to it, just got the stock alert. That's the trouble with having a surname beginning with W.
Letsworktogether

Would John Lewis price match this?

No unless instore price I believe.
Letsworktogether

Would John Lewis price match this?



That got me thinking Currys/PC world... but the price promise just says:
"The competitor must be an online retailer listed below.
We'll beat: johnlewis.com, argos.co.uk, staples.co.uk, tesco.com"
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Elevation

Thanks for the copy and paste but no SD card slot = minimum flexibility. … Thanks for the copy and paste but no SD card slot = minimum flexibility. Not entirely sure why Google wish to emulate Apple's restrictive, hand-holding devices.



It's because end users were getting confused where their apps were being stored. (_;)
redhot999

All otg cables we had worked.



hmmm... might do some investigations into this over the weekend... cheers redhot999
Great deal, voted hot.

Does anyone know of any deals on the 4G one?
Letsworktogether

Would John Lewis price match this?

John Lewis price matched it for me just before Christmas, when it was for sale at Game for the same price as today
Edited by: "lisah31" 17th Jan 2014
would have posted first but brought it before was gone
Just ordered it, Thanks, OP
Thanks, was waiting for this but was getting impatient and was about to buy a second hand one on flea bay for similar price.
Letsworktogether

Would John Lewis price match this?


Will price match if in stock, tried last time and as OOS refused. Because sometimes a delay with emails may be worth calling if wanting a price match
miak

Will price match if in stock, tried last time and as OOS refused. Because … Will price match if in stock, tried last time and as OOS refused. Because sometimes a delay with emails may be worth calling if wanting a price match

Yes I think you're right. As Game has stores as you said if in stock they should price match. They don't match online ONLY stores like play.com etc
toughCookie

How did you manage to get the 1st gen Nexus to read off a USB stick? It … How did you manage to get the 1st gen Nexus to read off a USB stick? It doesn't recognise any pen drives for me. Do I need to root it or something?



You need an OnTheGo cable to make it work. I think some software as well - cost maybe a quid or two and then you can play media off the stick. Great flexibility because you can carry loads of media on different sticks without always syncing through a PC
Thanks OP, Ordered
littld

You need an OnTheGo cable to make it work. I think some software as well … You need an OnTheGo cable to make it work. I think some software as well - cost maybe a quid or two and then you can play media off the stick. Great flexibility because you can carry loads of media on different sticks without always syncing through a PC



Ah, that's probably it. I have the OTG cables but didn't realise I'd need an software/app - doh!
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