Depends what you want it for. The one with only 16Gb of stoage would be
totally useless to me, for example, as I like to have about 35 Gig of
music available on tap.
On the other hand, if you want to watch HD video, the non-HD display
If it'll take a 16 Gig card, it'll take a 32 Gig card, which would be
alsmost big enough, given all the other cr@p I tend to want on a
computer. Then again, as they're both tablets, and I've already got a
laptop for surfing and a nice Archos media player with 250 Gig of
storage for listening and watching, it's a bit of a moot point for me.
Buy the Hudl. Nice general tablet with everything you could want,
except the GPS is a bit vacant and doddery.
I have a new Nexus 7.2 and wish I had not bothered. Superb machine but
so restricted by Googles desire to force cloud storage on you instead
of normal connectivity. Also I am pissed off going to loads of web
sites to be turned away because I do not have Flash.
If you do get a Nexus, you will have to root it to put things right.
My 2012 Nexus7 was fine with JB4.1 from the factory, it felt quite laggy
once it had been upgraded to JB4.2 and 4.3, with KitKat it feels better
than it ever did with JellyBean.
CM11 seems to be available for various Iconias ...
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