The Google Nexus 7, an extraordinary choice for vlogging is, on the whole, considered as one of the many cameras in the market that offer decent functionalities in terms of online sharing. With an android OS, it allows you to take advantage of its huge range of applications which you can use in appreciating the world around you.
The Google Nexus takes you to a good position with its price. It has a sleek design that overshadows it predecessor. It has an ergonomic silky black plastic body that is soft to the touch. The full 6mm screen performs well although it?s a couple of millimeters thinner than the previous model. Even though it?s a bit taller than what the company offered before, the height doesn?t really matter as it is the thickness and width that makes it more functional. It can fit into your back pocket or easily slip inside the jacket.
The Nexus 7 is yet to duplicate the iPad Mini?s aluminum back, but the plastic is way easier and warmer to hold against the cool metal of its other rivals. Like the Samsung models that have shiny plastic. You can rest this device on your lap without worrying about it to slide down to the floor. This tablet seems to clutch on cloth where other tablets fail to do. Another good thing that comes out of this excellent device is it is dirt and oil resistant.
Among the biggest impediments of the Google Nexus is it has a fixed focus lens which cannot function in a discreet manner unlike cameras like the highly flexible GoPro which takes users into using diverse perspectives and through unique vlogging dimensions.
The absence of a MicroSD slot also hinders its capacity to store more data which may come in handy during continuous shooting. The power button?s location is heavily criticized as well as the creaky sound that arises when pressing the device from time to time. Battery life is not that long either as it cannot compare to the erstwhile Nexus 7 unit.
Overall, the Google Nexus 7 is more of a functional gadget than an attractive device which many users would love to have.
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