The iPad may be king of the tablets when it comes to sales, but for most uses, the Google Nexus tablet is a better choice. Here are five reasons the new Google Nexus beats the iPad.
More convenient form factor
When it comes to tablets, size does matter...and after using the Google Nexus for a while, I've found that less is more. The Nexus is far lighter than the iPad, at just over half its weight, and so I'm more inclined to take it with me when I'm heading somewhere. Even when I'm home, I find myself reaching for the Nexus rather than my iPad because it's easy to pick up with one hand or carry around. Whether I'm using Google Translate to look up a phrase for a French class I'm taking, need to find a location on Google Maps, or want to find a quick piece of information, it's much more convenient.
I favor the iPad for extended browsing sessions rather than for getting quick information, but I rarely use a tablet for that.
No Big Brother
On the Google Nexus, you don't face limitations on what apps you can install and use. Not so with the iPad, where Apple sometimes uses a heavy hand in banning apps.
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