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Okay guys I've never been into tablet computers but I saw the nexus 7 for only 199 and became very interested. It will be nice to use to browse around the house but other then that what use do i have for a tablet? I hear i can use netflix but I can do that through my pc or xbox. Also I have android on my cell phone although an older version, I also have a 4th gen i pod touch which I love to use but its pretty small and only 8gb so I can see the nexus 7 being like my i pod but 7 inches is too big to carry around at the gym and use for music. The only other thing I can think of is using it for gaming but I dont see any really interesting games on the android market place other then the snes emulators which I would love to play.

I'm always into new tech but I tend to lose interest very quickly i bought a ps vita and used it for maybe an hour since febuary. What else can a tablet do that might be interesting to me besides cheap gaming and internet browsing at home?

also do any of you guys think the 32 gb might go down to 199 for black friday?
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Try the ASUS weather widget. It's what I use. But, you'll have to side load it using the cable that came with your N7. You are in the US so, this one is set for F degrees.
Resizing crops the bottom as you can see but, I like it. I just leave it full size now. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
sChR7.jpg
Here it is if you'd like to try it.
This is a nice clock I used to use but I'll have to go look on my G-Play account to see what it's called. I don't use it anymore. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Vayvv.jpg
Edit: Here's the clock. I think it comes in 2 sizes and asks for no special permissions....

I was actually able to download and install the Asus Weather app from my Nexus (posting from it now). The clock app is beautiful, but not totally in love with it. Wish Google had one that would sync with their cards.
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Okay guys I've never been into tablet computers but I saw the nexus 7 for only 199 and became very interested. It will be nice to use to browse around the house but other then that what use do i have for a tablet? I hear i can use netflix but I can do that through my pc or xbox. Also I have android on my cell phone although an older version, I also have a 4th gen i pod touch which I love to use but its pretty small and only 8gb so I can see the nexus 7 being like my i pod but 7 inches is too big to carry around at the gym and use for music. The only other thing I can think of is using it for gaming but I dont see any really interesting games on the android market place other then the snes emulators which I would love to play.
I'm always into new tech but I tend to lose interest very quickly i bought a ps vita and used it for maybe an hour since febuary. What else can a tablet do that might be interesting to me besides cheap gaming and internet browsing at home?
also do any of you guys think the 32 gb might go down to 199 for black friday?

If you're ever into reading, comics, or magazines, its great for that, also. I'm currently fascinated with using my PS3 controller with it for games. I believe the emulators allow this, too (someone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong). And its a great "in the bed" device for when you can't get to sleep. rolleyes.gif

EDIT: Loving the beauty of the clock widget.


Edited by pez - 11/8/12 at 12:50am
 
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And its a great "in the bed" device for when you can't get to sleep. rolleyes.gif

This is very true indeed biggrin.gif
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I was actually able to download and install the Asus Weather app from my Nexus (posting from it now). The clock app is beautiful, but not totally in love with it. Wish Google had one that would sync with their cards.
If you're ever into reading, comics, or magazines, its great for that, also. I'm currently fascinated with using my PS3 controller with it for games. I believe the emulators allow this, too (someone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong). And its a great "in the bed" device for when you can't get to sleep. rolleyes.gif
EDIT: Loving the beauty of the clock widget.

Yeah, the clock is nice and simple. The beauty of it is: As you change your wallpaper/theme, you can change the colors of the clock to blend in and not be as "intrusive." Just wish they made a tiny one though.


@Mattbag: I never really felt the need for a tablet before either but, I found the Nexus 7 to be very handy for lots of things around the house, at lunch at work, on the road, at the beach... Mainly we use it for watching movies off of flash drives using a USB-OTG cable. But don't discount the games for these devices so quickly...some of them can be very entertaining.
 
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Yeah, the clock is nice and simple. The beauty of it is: As you change your wallpaper/theme, you can change the colors of the clock to blend in and not be as "intrusive." Just wish they made a tiny one though.
@Mattbag: I never really felt the need for a tablet before either but, I found the Nexus 7 to be very handy for lots of things around the house, at lunch at work, on the road, at the beach... Mainly we use it for watching movies off of flash drives using a USB-OTG cable. But don't discount the games for these devices so quickly...some of them can be very entertaining.

I was definitely going to enjoy some of the google play games that i cant enjoy are my smart phone because of the low battery and poor controls. I'm looking forward to using the otg cable with a ps3 controller
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That reminds me. What do you guys use to convert video files? Also, do you guys know of any good DVD and Bluray ripping software that can also rip to a mobile device compatible format? I'm not expecting free, but hopefully not bank-breaking, either. I would love to rip my Blurays and watch them on my Nexus. I'm not totally sure if I'm allowed to ask this, so excuse me if I'm going against the rules. redface.gif
 
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The Hassle-Free Guide to Ripping Your Blu-Ray Collection.

Easiest way still, I believe. Takes a loooooooot of space to get your initial works up and running though.

Then we use Handbrake to take our "favorites" and make them into high quality 720p movies for the flash drives--get them down to about 3 GB each.

Can still hold good quality even when "squeezed" down: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
skf2W.jpg
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We used to use Skifta to stream the full Blu Rays from the other pc to the nexus 7 but, Skifta has gotten a bit flaky here lately. Haven't used it in a while.
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I've searched around but without much luck, I'm wondering which is better in terms of gaming performance, UI and browsing / general use the galaxy tab 2 or the nexus 7. I started looking into it and it appears that the galaxy tab 2 uses two snapdragons vs the tegra three in the nexus Idk how the real world performance is affected but at the price of 199.99 for either i'm not sure which one to go with. also I assume the OS also needs to be account for.
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I've searched around but without much luck, I'm wondering which is better in terms of gaming performance, UI and browsing / general use the galaxy tab 2 or the nexus 7. I started looking into it and it appears that the galaxy tab 2 uses two snapdragons vs the tegra three in the nexus Idk how the real world performance is affected but at the price of 199.99 for either i'm not sure which one to go with. also I assume the OS also needs to be account for.

I'll make it simple: Buy the Nexus 7, buy it now! smile.gif <- Unbiased commentary right there.

The Nexus 7 has a fantastic array of features and blazing performance at an attractive price point. If you're not in need of a rear-facing camera, then I see no reason to purchase anything but a Nexus 7 in this size category at this price point.
    
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The Hassle-Free Guide to Ripping Your Blu-Ray Collection.
Easiest way still, I believe. Takes a loooooooot of space to get your initial works up and running though.
Then we use Handbrake to take our "favorites" and make them into high quality 720p movies for the flash drives--get them down to about 3 GB each.
Can still hold good quality even when "squeezed" down: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
skf2W.jpg
F74E4.jpg
We used to use Skifta to stream the full Blu Rays from the other pc to the nexus 7 but, Skifta has gotten a bit flaky here lately. Haven't used it in a while.

Crazy useful link smile.gif. Huge thanks. I've heard of Handbrake for converting videos before, but it's awesome to know both tools I need are free. I'm wondering, how is the Nexus for 1080p playback? The reason I ask is because if this proves to be useful for me, I'll probably try and archive all of my movies in 1080p ~4GB files. Thanks again smile.gif.

Side note: I am unable to see your pics. Not sure if it's just my school internet being wonky again, though.
 
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