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    Nexus 7 tablet options

    I received a Nexus 7 tablet the other day. I realized that I already had a plethora of TB bags to carry it in. I don't have a Kindle Fire case, so these will have to do.

    First it fits readily in a medium cayenne ultrasuede organizer pouch,
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    as well as a medium padded organizer pouch.
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    It also rides vertically with room to spare in a Breve
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    As always TB is always there to keep gadgets safe from harm on the go in style.


    Edit: Redundant title is redundant
    Last edited by thax; 07-18-2012, 03:58 PM.

    #2
    Very nice. I also recently received my Nexus 7. I wanted to see if the Nook Pouch would fit the bill... they do perfectly! Mine just arrived this morning.

    (photos were taken on the patio in open shade to minimize reflections and glare)

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    Karl

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      #3
      Do y'all like the Nexus 7? Seems to have gotten good reviews but I have not seen one in person yet.

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        #4
        I'm loving mine. It doesn't weigh anything, it's fast, it's small. I have an iPad too, but when I'm out running around I'm grabbing for the Nexus first.

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          #5
          rabergnc,
          I really am enjoying mine.
          My Nexus 7 is light and feels very sturdy for a tablet that is predominately plastic. The Back is rubber-like but feels like dimpled leather sort of.
          The new OS Jelly Bean (4.1) is noticeably smoother than Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) is on Tegra 3 hardware. I also have a Transformer Prime and I can't wait for it to be updated to Jelly bean.


          karlj,
          I completely missed that TB makes a nook pouch. If only the cork one is padded like the Cork Breve was...

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            #6
            I know this is an old thread, but it helped me make some decisions...

            For what it's worth, the 2nd generation (2013) Nexus 7 with a Trident Aegis case fits perfectly in the larger NOOK pouch.

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