Nexus 7 2 vs. Kindle Fire HD fonts, Galaxy Note 8 screen

By Marlon Votta - Aug 7, 2013

Comparison videos are sometimes the best way for potential consumers to get an overview of what’s on offer, so today we are looking at the new Google Nexus 7 being unboxed and reviewed with a comparison of the text to that of the Kindle Fire HD and Galaxy Note 8.

The video above by MrHG78 lasts around 20 minutes and gives us an extensive look at the new Nexus 7 2 being unleashed, as well as comparing the fonts with the Kindle Fire HD and Galaxy Note 8. From what we can see the 2nd generation Nexus 7 has a superior screen resolution giving us reason to suspect this is one of the best 7-inch products for movies, text and browsing.

In the comparison it seems like the Nexus 7 2 shows a lower quality when it comes to watching movies when it is side-by-side with the Kindle Fire HD. We get the impression that the Nexus is superior when it comes to reading and browsing the web while the Kindle Fire HD is better for movies with more detail and the Kindle is much louder.

After seeing all the aforementioned devices being compared, can you notice any substantial differences when it comes to reading text and watching movies?

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