Nexus 7 2013 Vs iPad Mini 2 in brief analysis

By Posted 30 Nov 2013, 05:35

Without a doubt, the biggest tablet debate going on right now is whether the iPad Mini 2 can touch the Nexus 7 2013 model, which consumers believe is the tablet to beat at the moment. We have been telling you about all sorts of cheap tablet brands that are flying off the shelves at the moment, but we still don’t think any of them can touch the iPad Mini 2 or new Nexus 7 in terms of performance and functionality.

For those that still can’t decide on which tablet is better, we have a very good Nexus 2013 Vs iPad Mini 2 review for you to check out which may help. It’s part of our ongoing feature where we have given you tablet comparison reviews, all of which are summed up perfectly on video.

We all know that the Nexus 7 2013 model is now running on a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor which offers the very best in gaming performance from the Google Play Store. However, Apple has seriously upped the game with their 2nd generation iPad Mini.

On the newer model, Apple has now upgraded the device with the brand new A7 processor, the same 64-bit chip that is featured on the new iPhone 5S. The upgraded Retina display looks absolutely gorgeous as well, so where the Nexus 7 2013 may win in the hardware department, the iPad Mini 2 could easily be the stand out winner in terms of display.

It’s all about preference though of course as most consumers only either like Android or iOS – not both. Watch the 10 minute analysis below and let us know your own personal thoughts on which tablet you think is better on paper and in the flesh.

Don’t forget to check out a similar iPad Mini 2 Vs iPad Mini in 9 minutes article as well.

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  • cartfan88

    Good balanced review. Excellent points for both.

  • pcperson

    Nice review. One thing to note is that when comparing iOS to the latest Android, Android allows for multiple user accounts with permission profiles. This is a nice thing to have if you share your tablet with small children or other family members. Each can have their own profile with the apps they are allowed to use. That was the deciding factor for our family.