I have posted a rather uppish title for this blog entry. Why? I am referring to the Nexus 7 as "your tablet" because I believe it's priced so competitively that nearly anyone can afford it. Better yet, if you're looking for a budget-friendly tablet, I believe you can't afford not to have it.
I've had the tablet for nearly 2 weeks now and I will confirm that I absolutely love it. The Nexus 7, and all of the apps I've purchased for it thus far, run as smooth as butter. The butter-like operations of this tablet are a direct result of "Project Butter". If you have not yet heard about project butter, I recommend that you check out the Google IO Full Keynote that took place on June 27th, 2012.
I would like to add that I personally prefer the 7" tablet form factor. This little power house fits in my back pocket, has great battery life, and offers OS encryption. I've decided that the Nexus 7 is stable enough to use it for my daily driver at work. Because Jelly Bean introduces Vsync/Triple Buffering (as you'll learn in this video), typing on the keyboard is awesomely responsive. I dislike nothing more than a keyboard lagging behind my finger taps when I'm only typing at a moderate speed. Throughout the entire Jelly Bean OS, I have not once noticed keyboard lag!
So far, the above is my take on my Nexus 7 running Android Jelly Bean. I have only mentioned a few of the Android Jelly Bean improvements over the previous version of android. Listing them all, for me, is not going to happen because there is this page, where it is laid out nicely.
So are you enjoying your Nexus 7? Is there anything you'd like to share with us? Send us your comments.
Thank you for Getting Android, now go get a Nexus 7.