Page 1:Tom's Takes Two Weeks With The Nexus 7
Page 2:Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) Improves Performance
Page 3:Nexus 7 Performance: Consistent With Other Tegra 3-Based Tablets
Page 4:Google Play Isn't Just About Apps
Page 5:Testing The Nexus 7's IPS Display
Page 6:Battery Life And Recharge Time
Page 7:Nexus 7: The First Tablet To Win A Tom's Hardware Award
Battery Life And Recharge Time
Battery Life & Recharge Benchmarks (Background Info)
Now, this is why I love the Nexus 7. I can literally use it for an entire day without recharging. Even with Wi-Fi enabled and the display set at maximum brightness, imposing the highest power consumption, the Nexus 7's battery still yields seven and a half hours of use.
When your flight gets stuck on the tarmac for several hours due to "engine trouble," the Nexus 7 could help keep you from going postal (Ed.: Not sure that'll save you from everyone else on the plane, though). Battery life while watching H.264-encoded content on the Nexus 7 approaches a tremendous 10 hours. But be sure you do all of your transcoding at home on your PC to be sure that many hours of video will fit on the tablet's 8 GB repository.
Recharge time is pretty modest, especially when you consider the Nexus 7's battery life. Only three hours are needed to reach a full charge, which is fairly close to what you'd see from a tablet like Amazon's Kindle Fire.
- Tom's Takes Two Weeks With The Nexus 7
- Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) Improves Performance
- Nexus 7 Performance: Consistent With Other Tegra 3-Based Tablets
- Google Play Isn't Just About Apps
- Testing The Nexus 7's IPS Display
- Battery Life And Recharge Time
- Nexus 7: The First Tablet To Win A Tom's Hardware Award