Best tablet for gaming around the $200 price point?


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LOC

Yeah plus I already got the Nexus 7 the other day as the birthday present so, yeah.

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AJerman

Nexus 7. Just remember to reset Google wallet before you do a restore/root/rom flash on it. :D

Who uses their Nexus 7 for Google Wallet? :laugh: I can just picture someone now pulling their Nexus 7 out of their pocket and bumping it up against a reader to pay.

Oh, and congrats on getting the Nexus 7. Definitely the best you can get for the price point.

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f0rk_b0mb

Who uses their Nexus 7 for Google Wallet? :laugh: I can just picture someone now pulling their Nexus 7 out of their pocket and bumping it up against a reader to pay.

Oh, and congrats on getting the Nexus 7. Definitely the best you can get for the price point.

I used it just because I was at Starbucks and they had one of those readers. :D

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Brandon H

Yeah plus I already got the Nexus 7 the other day as the birthday present so, yeah.

how are you liking it so far? Happy Birthday btw :)
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LOC

Thanks, and I like it alot so far. Installed everything I wanted so far (I think) and it all runs great except for a few app crashes here and there.

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fusi0n

grats!

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