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I purchased the Google Nexus 7 32Gb last week. It is amazing. I already had a Kindle Fire first generation and was ready to upgrade my device. I did my homework and then went to look at the Kindle Fire HD, the Kindle Fire 8.9 and the Nexus 10 and 7 and the Ipad Mini as well. When I tried the Larger Tablets, I didn't think they were portable enough for what I wanted. I was used to the size of the Kindle Fire and liked it. I tried the IPad Mini but I didn't like the speed and display resolution of the device. Maybe when Apple upgrades the Mini with a faster processor and screen resolution, it would be worth the price, but I feel it is too high and not a good value now. I then tried the Nexus 7 32GB and fell in love with it. It has all the speed you want and amazing resolution. It did not hurt that is was the best value as well. I have always had Android Phones and am very familiar with the platform. As I use Google Drive for work, I felt that the Nexus 7 could also be used when I need a smaller device for work. I am able to put presentations on the unit and share them when I do not want to take out my computer. I can also get all of my Kindle Books via the Kindle app. It is the best of both worlds. Anyone who is looking for a Tablet should include this in their search and see what they come up with. Good luck folks.