"Good for what it is."4.0 starson by EJSoehngen
Pros: Nice screen
Fast compared to dual core tablets
Cons: As long as you know its limitations, no real cons. As everyone stated before me, there is no HDMI or micro SD slot. If you don't care, then don't worry.
Battery isn't as great as everyone says
Summary: The tablet is great. I don't plan on moving my music or movie collection to this device so I have no need for external storage or HDMI. (I'm a man of several operating systems, iPod for music, movies on WMC on Win7 PC connected to a TV, Android for everything else)
I don't think the battery life is as fantastic as people make it sound. Maybe I have been spoiled by my Razr Maxx smartphone, but I think my Motorola Xoom lasts longer too.
Do not get me wrong. You can go all day, but it just seems to drain faster than I've gotten used to.
Regardless of this minor thing, I would recommend this to everyone. I love the devices that are as close to stock Android OS as possible, and this one fits the bill by being pure stock Android. (If you don't know what I mean, different manufacturers can alter or skin their Android devices to give them their own flair or style). The Xoom also fits this bill, but is now becoming an outdated piece of equipment. The Nexus 7 adds portability, speed, and specs that are not found on any other tablet prices at $200. If you don't need a 10" screen, then I definitely recommend the Nexus 7.