• Heath Canterbury

    One other tablet to launch this week worth reviewing is the Pipo M7 Pro($255) which for about the same price as the Nexus 7, features a much larger 8.9 inch display with 1900X1200 screen resolution, a Quad-core processor, along with built-in GPS — and is packed with features that compare to the new Nexus… it offers solid processing power, WiFi with both 2.4 & 5.0 GHz frequencies for greater connection, as well as the option of using standard Android O/S or a Windows style User Interface that makes the Android experience much more intuitive and user-friendly — a 3G HSPA+ model is also available for $25 more, which works with any GSM Network Carrier for 3G Internet data connection, including AT&T and T-Mobile —

    One of the first to carry the new Pipo M7 model is Tablet Sprint – which also offers a new Miracast TV adapter($39) which became available last week, which is similar to the new Google Chromecast – but with a lot more features, and much more like Apple TV – Airplay wireless display device–

  • Johnny Kanuk

    In the cons you put fairly expensive? Compared to what? $259 for what you get in my books is killer. Could you elaborate on what you feel is a good price for what you get in this tablet? I thought this thing was cheap but if you know of something cheaper and equal let me know! Thanks

  • Sharon Ebert

    How is it reading in bright light? I like to read on the beach

  • IhaveID

    The Nexus 7 is an adequate ebook reader, I use mine all the time. However, when comparing it to a dedicated ebook reader such as a Nook or Kindle, it is lacking. The “glowlight” feature on a dedicated ebook reader makes reading easier in a low light situation & it’s non-reflective screen makes it easier to read in an area with bright lights or outside in the sun.

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