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Just to avoid potential confusion, unless I'm mistaken this is a "new condition" Nexus 7, not THE "new" Nexus 7. This one's the original 2012 model, Asus just released an updated version. This is still a good tablet at a good price, especially considering the GPS issues people have been reporting with the 2013 updated one.

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Correct. That is why I put the model# in the title and put "still a great tablet" in the description. I was not trying to confuse, especially since the newer model will not be anywhere near this price for awhile.

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Should have put 2012 model in the title or in the description to completely avoid confusion.

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@vixro: Do you really think people are that dumb? I have more faith. Besides, I used every available slot allowed. I do not think anyone is confused. Are you?

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Confused, no. Somewhat disappointed after clicking the link, yes.

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Anyone have any experience with this model?

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LOL, can't even satisfy the "get a Nexus" fanboys with an actual Nexus anymore... :)

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I have the 16GB version of this, it is a great tablet, plenty fast, great screen, never any problems. I have been very happy with it. Have to agree though, that I was a little disappointed after clicking the link, even though the price did seem to good too be true. That being said, this is still a great price for a great tablet.

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Great price for a good little tablet. The best part of this is that it has an update for Android 4.3 with TRIM. Making the Nexus 7 (First Gen) run faster for longer.

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@connie019: Thanks. lol...I get downvotes for having faith in the wooters.

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@morriea: yep, nothing wrong with your listing. Guess people are that dumb :)

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I use this tablet every day. Love it. Just got New Nexus 7 for 2nd camera and improved resolution.
16gb version of this selling at Walmart for $115. Or at least it was.

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If GPS and front camera are not required, then Nook HD+ is a better tablet at $120.
http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/94b1cd51-e327-4e42-b8e7-4826577debba/barnes-noble-nook-hd-16gb-9-refurbished#0
The dual core OMAP 4470 processor is similar in performance to the quad Tegra 3, Nook HD+ is larger at 9", has better resolution 1920x1280 vs 1280x800, higher pixel density 256ppi vs 216 ppi and can expand storage with a micro-sdhc card. It comes with Google Play app, and can run jellybean either rooted or via micro-sd dual boot using something like N2A https://www.n2acards.com/

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Both my wife and I have original Nexus 7's, and we are very happy with them. To the person stating that the Nook HD is better, that might be the case, after you jump through hoops, but part of the point of the Nexus devices, is that you get the latest updates, automatically, without having to do that. I have rooted quite a few devices, and there are always inconveniences that come with that process. I might eventually get the new Nexus, but I'm really not unhappy with the one that I have. It will probably get handed down to someone else, which is how I usually justify getting a new device.