Hi there Hill,<quoted text>hey bro i have been looking for one.i cant find one.do you like it.let me no.i need one.hill
I know what you mean about finding the Google Nexus 7 Tablet- the few stores that sell them were always out of stock. I finally found a store while I was in Bako that had one on display!(Office Max)
That was the main thing I wanted before getting the tablet was to visually see and handle one.
The only problem with Office Max is that they had a 16 GB Nexus 7 tablet for the same price that Staples, and Office Depot had for the 32 GB version!
I told the sales clerk that, and I'd rather get a larger 32 GB updated tablet for the same price elsewhere. ;)
You can also purchase this tablet online from the source itself- the Google Play online store.
I chose not to because, just-in-case I got a rare one that malfunctioned, or I truly did not like the tablet, it would be easier to return to a brick and mortar store.
So, if you are able to order one on-line like I did- I chose Staples. I went to the Staples store and they did have one on display, but out of stock. The clerk offered to order one for me and it'd arrive in a day or 2. Free shipping.
I said I'd go home and order it myself from my PC (I didn't want to put personal credit card info on a store's computer)
Victorville and Apple Valley both have a Staples store. I believe you live close enough to those areas.
I'd go with get the 32 GB if you get the Google Nexus 7 Wi-Fi Tablet. It's only $50.00 extra, and well worth having the extra storage.
I don't want the Wi-Fi/ HSPA+(data) version which you can get, but have to use with AT&T or T-Mobile- with a 2 year cellular contract.
Yeah, I like my tablet. Before I set it up, I created another gmail account just to use for the tablet (I did this on my computer)- this made it easier to already have one to sign into when I finally turned on and set up my Tablet.
You also have to have Wi-Fi at home if you plan on using your tablet at home. When you aren't home, you can use public Wi-Fi to connect.
This got a little lengthy, but I figured I through in some helpful hints. At least I hope they're helpful.
Take care, & all here have a good one.