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I thought it would only be right to update this as, I have returned my G-pad. 2 things really drove my decision:

1. The light sensor seems iffy at best. LGs dimming logic is just plain bad.
2. Accessories. Almost NONE exist for the G pad.

Best Buy had the Nexus 7 on sale for $200.00 and I jumped on it.

How do you like your Nexus 7? I am looking for a tablet too, but I feel like 7" is too small.

I haven an iPhone 5 that I use an awful lot.
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How do you like your Nexus 7? I am looking for a tablet too, but I feel like 7" is too small.

I haven an iPhone 5 that I use an awful lot.

Honestly, I couldn't be happier. The 7's screen is smaller, but the clarity and brightness is just off the charts good. I honestly don't miss the extra inch (TWSS) and the brightness and light sensor were worth the switch.

Battery life is pretty darn good AND I can find cases and accessories for the Nexus 7.

Don't get me wrong, the G-Pad is good tablet, but I just found myself happier with the Nexus 7.
    
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by CerealKillah View Post

Honestly, I couldn't be happier. The 7's screen is smaller, but the clarity and brightness is just off the charts good. I honestly don't miss the extra inch (TWSS) and the brightness and light sensor were worth the switch.

Battery life is pretty darn good AND I can find cases and accessories for the Nexus 7.

Don't get me wrong, the G-Pad is good tablet, but I just found myself happier with the Nexus 7.
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Originally Posted by CerealKillah View Post

I thought it would only be right to update this as, I have returned my G-pad. 2 things really drove my decision:

1. The light sensor seems iffy at best. LGs dimming logic is just plain bad.
2. Accessories. Almost NONE exist for the G pad.

Best Buy had the Nexus 7 on sale for $200.00 and I jumped on it.

+1 and don't forget the speed is top notch and would be comparable if not better in some cases then on a 10" because of the hardware. What case did you get on your Nexus 7? I purchased a screen protector from some company during their 90% off sale and its awesome and then im using a Folio case by Belkin.
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