Snake, 19 Oct 2014I honestly mistook it for an ipad mini at first glance >_> ..copy cats >_>Sorry to ruin your rounded rectangle philosophy
I think it is gonna be superhero for students because of screen aspect ratio. Apple does the same but personally i really don't like Apple products and Nexus 9 will be the first world-wide brand android tablet with this 4:3 aspect ratio. And 4:3 screen ratio is really superhero for studying with powerpoint slides, ideal for taking notes etc. And if you want expandible memory so badly, and if you gonna use it mostly indoor, i suggest you to buy a wifi-drive. Yes, most of people here thinks it is a wrong decision to a nexus tablet have 4:3 and no-sdcard slot, and even tegra chipset is not what they want, but i am think this devices real user group is out of this places(tech forums etc.). They using ipads and doing their works on ipads, not only playing games with it. And like this. Thank you very much for reading..
Snake, 19 Oct 2014I honestly mistook it for an ipad mini at first glance >_> ..copy cats >_>And you icat
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2014Its Quad.It's dual, There's 2 versions of the Tegra K1. The Sheild Tablet is using the Quad-core version. The Nexus 8 is using the dual core version.
The single most important point which makes nexus 9 different from ipad's is its Htc BoomSound Speaker,I am in love with them :)
I honestly mistook it for an ipad mini at first glance >_> ..copy cats >_>
Are there any variants in nexus 9? For example iPad Air 2 has cellular and non-cellular models and nexus 9 appears to have cellular models only. If that is the case, I would go for Nexus 9 because it is going to be about 20% cheaper than the wifi model of iPad.
Useless information , what is the point of mentioning 4G LTE , we want to know which of the 4g bands it supports.
16 Gb is 28900
32 Gb is 44900
It is available for pre order in google playstore
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2014Pathetic amount of storage, even apple offers 64 and 128, this 'storage stingyness' trend real... moreAgreed. The industry needs to stop with the artificial limits on storage. Especially 8GB (Apple).
AnonD-143076, 17 Oct 2014I know that it's a nexus but if they can't sort problems of old customers with their own flags... moreI have to agree. After 4+ years in the cellular business, I've watched Google abandon every Nexus phone with multiple upgrade issues when the next model comes out. Yes, they continue to release updates for past phones, but the upgrades introduce problems with each successive release. It's the weirdest thing, and you can reliably count on it. My suggestion is to use aftermarket ROMs, like Cyanogenmod. You'll find far better support there than from the official sources.