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Old 07-23-2012, 02:07 PM   #542
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Device: nexus 7
I've had mine about a week now, also, and I won't say I've fallen in love, but at least I"m growing used to it. My first--and only, up til now--android device was the Google Nexus One, smartphone, which was google's first and I thought only foray into hardware, so since this seemed to be another and more successful second attempt, I just had to get the N7.

I also had received free from Google, their cr48 netbook, which was their first somewhat beta chromebook, and I've grown to like that a lot, but interestingly enough, the last update or two, seemed to have thrown enormous changes at *this* operating system--Chrome--and the Desktop now looks a lot like my android tablet, so it seems google is perhaps merging the two.

And since my nexus one phone makes a fine wifi point, outside or away from home or public wifi, I just log into phone wifi with no problems.

As a reader, I've been unable to read anything I haven' bought thru google play, so I downloaded and have been using Aldiko, and I am getting spoiled by the backlit reading, as I had the basic kindle, and sometimes miss it's simplicity, but the N7 is just too much handier, and less bulky than other netbooks...
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