Google finally released the Nexus 7 here in Germany and now a good deal of folks ask me if I can recommend it as an android gaming device. So let's take a look under the hood of the newest device from Google. I ordered the 8GB version, for the reason that I thought that would suffice since it is enough on my telephone. Boy was I wrong, since I consistently used enormous SD cards I never approved how much space the more data that is outsourced there takes up. Essentially the 8GB version gives you 5.5 GB to install stuff and should you hit 500MB you get a warning that a few services will not sync anymore. So you have 5GB and the limit for games on the Android sector is 2GB, go figure. You can't install more than two or 3 huge games on the device & since you will almost certainly want to play high end Tegra games on it, you'll uninstall & reinstall the games a lot. I doubt that even the 16GB Version would be enormous adequate for daily usage for me, but at least you may install a handful of distinct games on it. I'll also do this review before I root the device, due to the fact that is how most users will use their device. Root would bring additional features like the capability to use Joypads per Bluetooth or screen recording, but it can't fix many hardware complications on the device.
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