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The Google Nexus 7 (Second Generation) Is Our Top Rated Tablet $229.99

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About a year has passed since the first Nexus 7 hit market; Google’s bargain option is getting a little long in the tooth. Despite taking our top marks in 2012, that tablet’s processor performance has been routinely outpaced by competing products in the last eight or nine months. At this point, a refresh is long overdue.

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