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Old 08-06-2012, 07:05 AM   #1
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Nexus 7 or Galaxy Tab 2 7"

I usually give advices here about which one to get ... ... but this time I am confused myself.

I really prefer or want the input of someone who already own a Nexus 7. And would be even better if the person had or replaced a Galaxy Tab 2 & 7 inches.

I bought the Galaxy 7" yesterday and while I do not fully regret that I wonder if I should return and get the Nexus instead.

The price of the Galaxy was really good, $249.00. That was the main reason for my purchase. However, the Kindle experience is not what I was expected. Lot of blank space all around the pages or margins and the resolution is not fantastic.

For a pure ebook experience, should I get the Nexus? I honestly do not care too much about the micro SD slot, but the IR control and HDMI output is a nice addition. I see myself using this as a replacement for my Kindle Fire though which is, reading.

Can a Nexus 7 user comment about the reading experience, landscape, using the Kindle for Android?

Thanks in advance...
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