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Thread: Nexus 7 tablet options

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    Nexus 7 tablet options

    I received a Nexus 7 tablet the other day. I realized that I already had a plethora of TB bags to carry it in. I don't have a Kindle Fire case, so these will have to do.

    First it fits readily in a medium cayenne ultrasuede organizer pouch,
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    as well as a medium padded organizer pouch.
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    It also rides vertically with room to spare in a Breve
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    As always TB is always there to keep gadgets safe from harm on the go in style.


    Edit: Redundant title is redundant
    Last edited by thax; 07-18-2012 at 02:58 PM.
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    Very nice. I also recently received my Nexus 7. I wanted to see if the Nook Pouch would fit the bill... they do perfectly! Mine just arrived this morning.

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    Do y'all like the Nexus 7? Seems to have gotten good reviews but I have not seen one in person yet.

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    I'm loving mine. It doesn't weigh anything, it's fast, it's small. I have an iPad too, but when I'm out running around I'm grabbing for the Nexus first.

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    rabergnc,
    I really am enjoying mine.
    My Nexus 7 is light and feels very sturdy for a tablet that is predominately plastic. The Back is rubber-like but feels like dimpled leather sort of.
    The new OS Jelly Bean (4.1) is noticeably smoother than Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) is on Tegra 3 hardware. I also have a Transformer Prime and I can't wait for it to be updated to Jelly bean.


    karlj,
    I completely missed that TB makes a nook pouch. If only the cork one is padded like the Cork Breve was...

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    I know this is an old thread, but it helped me make some decisions...

    For what it's worth, the 2nd generation (2013) Nexus 7 with a Trident Aegis case fits perfectly in the larger NOOK pouch.


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