Lead2XL, 17 Oct 2014Way too heavy! - 425 grams versus only slightly smaller screen on Galaxy Tab S 8.4 at 295 gram... moreI carry around a 17 inches gaming laptop all day. I dont mind 300g as long as its rigid and strong against bumps. Besides, it feels a lot better on hand. Own a Galaxy TAB3 as well and dont mind the weight at all.
Lead2XL, 17 Oct 2014Way too heavy! - 425 grams versus only slightly smaller screen on Galaxy Tab S 8.4 at 295 gram... moreYou can tell the difference between MILLIGRAMS? impressive. This is super light.
Lead2XL, 17 Oct 2014Way too heavy! - 425 grams versus only slightly smaller screen on Galaxy Tab S 8.4 at 295 gram... moreIt's not just slightly bigger than the Galaxy Tab 8.4. You should not only take into account the screen size. The Nexus 9 has a screen ratio of 4:3, so the 8.9" screen has much bigger viewing area than an 8.4" widescreen.
AnonD-143076, 17 Oct 2014HTC u shouldnt forget ur old customers and u cant just raise ur hands up by saying that nvidia... moreit's a nexus, google's ideea, it will always have updates. it's not a htc product!!! it's only made by htc.
Way too heavy! - 425 grams versus only slightly smaller screen on Galaxy Tab S 8.4 at 295 grams. Why so heavy? New iPad Air with bigger screen - 9.7 is only a few grams heavier than the Nexus 9, so compared to the new iPad, you have a smaller screen but almost identical weight. My recommendation is the Tab S mentioned above - best tablet available in my opinion.
Way too heavy! - 425 grams versus only slightly smaller screen on Galaxy Tab S 8.4 at 295 grams. Why so heavy?
Pathetic amount of storage, even apple offers 64 and 128, this 'storage stingyness' trend really needs to stop. 5 years ago we had phones already with standard 8 gb. 5 YEARS ago. This is ridiculous.
attention: there is no wireless charging included as on Nexus 6 or any older Nexus device
HTC u shouldnt forget ur old customers and u cant just raise ur hands up by saying that nvidia isn't supporting you guys if it was so then how could u guys make nexus 9 with a tegraa processor you need tooo do something for Htc one x as well as Htc one x+ u should force them to support for hox+ & hox Htc just forgets their flagship devices then what is nexus range still stuck on 4.2.2 sense 5 need an update soon about it or else I recommend people that don't buy these nvidia tegra powered devices cause Htc is always ready with reasons
No SD card slot, no sale! I have a Nexus 7 with an OTG cable and adapter...trust me, you'd never use it! Not to mention the stupid Nexus app you have to use to get read only access to it! I don't see how they justify the cost when you consider the Galaxy 8.4" tablets with better screens and SD card slots...disappointing!
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014You can use a OTG USB cable with a pendrive to expand the storage.No you can't, it doesn't support USB OTG. It is useless for the simple fact that you can't even put one single movie at the native resolution on it.
This tablet is great with Tegra K1, new android 5.0, but only thing how need contained is IGZO or LTPS screen, but ok hope new Sharp do it new 14"inches tablet with this basic specs:
1.DIsplay.- 14"inches QHD+ - IGZO - CGG 3 - 300~PPI
2.Memory.- 4 GB RAM
3.Chipset.- Tegra K1 (64-bit) or new faster 64-bit chip
4.OS.- android 5.0 or new android 64-bit
And that let it be 600-700 euro
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014The tegra chips are only good for gaming, but the snapdragon chips are true multi taskers, tha... moreThis version is the processor nvidia made ever
and it's the highest performance in the market