Originally Posted by losifanatic
I was amazed that they down graded the tab 2.0 so much from the 7.0 plus. The screen on my 7.0 plus is nicer (much cleaner and more vivid) the 7.0 plus is also much faster. I didnt expect that .2mhz per core to make that much of a difference. I guess thats why 7.0 plus cost almost twice as much.
Also I have the 16gig version with a 16Gig card and I am almost full. Will have to get a 32gig card if I want to put much more on it. I would love to have the nexxus but without a micro sd card slot for expansion I can't do it. So that is why I am waiting to see how the Asus 370T pans out.
Oh my 7.0 plus is getting 4.0 ICS update some time next month (yeppiii)
Ya I probably should not have bought the Tab 2.0. I thought it was going to be better then it really was. Oh well I have gotten rid of it so it is ok now.
I really do wish they had a memory card slot on the Nexus that was the only thing that made me question buying it. I love to watch movies and plan on having at least 2 -3 at a time on my Nexus when I travel. I also have a ton of Apps thanks to they paid app for free everyday from Amazon. I probably will only install the ones I really like but still most of the good apps for android are progressively getting larger. Nothing is wrong with that just give us the space we need or let us add our own space.
If I dislike the Nexus enough I will just sell it too but right now it is looking pretty dang good to me. I really would like the Asus Transformer TF300 but just cannot justify spending almost $400 bucks on a tablet. I personally believe they will continue to be an electronic device and not a full blown computer for quite a few years. Once they hit the stage where they replace my desktop and laptop then I will spend 500+ on one but it better be my main computer not something I just use to kill time. IMHO.