Originally Posted by Frood
If you need a PC you need a PC. On the other hand, "okay Billy, for Christmas if you could pick one, would you want an Xbox, PS4, or iPad" is a fairly likely zero sum choice a few kids out...
I don't get the point of this editorial, Its Apples & oranges.
Apple doesn't make something that competes in the home console gaming space.
You could argue that the iPod touch or iPad takes the sales away from the 3DS or PS Vita, not...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
So in other words it's NOT an oversaturated mess like you find on, say, Samsung devices.
Unfortunately, Thats probably not it.
A lower colour Gamut doesn't...
Originally Posted by Relic
Just stick with Nexus products and you will have the Constancy you are looking for.
Those who do go the Android route, the Nexus series of products is really your only trued choice,...
Originally Posted by Gatorguy
I've had no issues with my 2012 version Nexus 7 either. I use it for several hours a week and I can't remember the last random reboot nor do I notice any "slowdown". I don't play games on it...
Originally Posted by elitenexus7
That's really odd because I've had my nexus7 almost two years and its still fast and flashy no lag just raw power into every game on the market and its a 16 GB wit 21 second boot...
People seemed to think i was nuts when i said i wanted the GeForce GT 750M graphics processor in the next rMBP, then look what happened :P haha.
On the apple site, it isnt an optional upgrade, its a higher spec'd model.