Originally Posted by Robilar
So you prefer muted, flat colors?
Easily adjusted with the device. Not sure what juddering is.
Also, Micro SD and IR Blaster are not really what you are paying extra for. Bigger screen, much higher resolution screen, faster cpu/gpu, higher capacity battery, it's also thinner than the N7 (8.7mm vs 7.2mm) . That's what you pay extra for. I had both the original Nexus and the 2nd gen and its a great budget tablet but to say the colors are better than the Tab Pro? No... sorry.
Disagree, it's probably more "muted" compared to 8.4 but it looked more neutral and comfortable to me and not as strenuous to my eyes. Maybe it's the strong red orange theme from Best Buy's unit that turned me off, could be just that.
AFAIK there's some display settings like movie, etc. so I'm not saying it couldn't be alleviated with that.
It's stuttering in the UI (juddering) with the demo unit but that could just be the demo unit.
Larger battery? I'm interested to know if it's that much better in battery life. While it does have a larger battery than N7, it's pushing a better soc, larger display and more pixels.
How do games go? Do they go native res?
Still doesn't seem worth twice as expensive to me but that's probably with the diminishing returns with my usage and specially with Viral Youtube App (floating Youtube videos).
Again, the only thing that extra 200 bucks will do much more for me and most tempting is side by side browsing (high res, big screen).
I'd also rather wait for a Note version because it seems more fun to scribble. Wouldn't mind paying $ 450 for that later.
None would really be a problem if I'm used to re-selling items/Craig's list-ing. I would be more adventurous that way.
I was supposed to be more attracted to Windows 8 tablets but my Lenovo Miix 2 experience is sub par to the Nexus 7 specially. I'd rather take the 8.4 Tab Pro right now at twice the price
I'm kinda scared to return the Miix 2 at bestbuy (it's gonna be my 2nd return after LG G pad) since I read they'll flag you and ban you for 90 days for returns
Apparently it will work with generic HDMI out slimport adapters (which sell for $20).
Well that does add more value than I initially thought. Thanks for the heads up (read on your post on the other thread).Edited by tubers - 3/6/14 at 1:21pm