The new Nexus 10 looks a bit plasticy.
Don't suppose anyone is looking to buy a broken (screen cracked, and thus touch not working) Nexus 7?
Last edited by Arthur; 29th October 2012 at 06:03 PM.
I'm very tempted by the Nexus 4. The only thing that's putting me off slightly is the fact that you can't change the battery.
Don't know why, at the moment I still have my Nexus One and I've never changed the battery in that yet. Storage doesn't worry me, again the Nexus One is still in it's original state/ROM and the storage bugs me on that, but don't really see me using 16GB (probably wouldn't even use the 8GB but for £40 might as well go top end again).
I hope this doesn't happen to mine.
Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is on fire — literally
Apparently one Chinese customer bought a new Nexus 7 only to later be disturbed by the site of it randomly catching on fire. It appears to have been caused by spontaneous combustion of the battery. According to the user, the fire was so bad that the black smoke emitting from the tablet began to consume the entire room. (Source)
Last edited by Arthur; 11th November 2012 at 02:36 PM.
I have had no problems with my nexus 7, I prefer my nexus 7 over my ipad
Is anyone using the Nexus 7 in their school for teaching? Please PM me so we can ask you a few questions.
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