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Nice write up. I sold my HP Touchpad with ICS to get my Nexus 7. Overall great choice. I miss little about it but have an occasional lingering wish for the 10in screen. Not very often but noticeable. Now I find myself looking to replace my Touchpad AND keep my N7. In all practicality, I will be having the N7 in my hand 90% of the time.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Editorial: I Finally Caved In And Bought A Nexus 7
VZW has best network over all. THIS should be the #1 feature of ANY phone. Footprint combined with network speed is best on VZW. I work at a nurse on a Life Flight helicopter where communication is essential. I can tell you from experience, I get signal in places NO else does with other providers (also ask anyone who hunts or fishes). Yes they make profits and they keep rolling out their network. They control their stable of phones tightly for profits, support and network quality. Their customer service is always top rated by Consumer Reports.There may be cheaper plans and better phone selection on other carriers and this may work well for some people. I can see this being sufficient for someone who lives, travels and works all within a contiguous network foot print that consistently gets great data speeds. But stray outside of the lines a bit, your chances for dropping a call, loosing signal and downloads slowing to a crawl increase greatly. VZW may not be a fit for everyone but do not knock it. There are other options out there if you want the latest, hottest devices or freedom to jump between carriers. For me, and most people, the most important benefits when looking at a smart phone are network connection, customer service, device variety and price, usually in that order.
1 year, 1 month ago on Verizon DROID Incredible 4G LTE Is Denied The "One" Label