Hot on the heels of the Nexus 7 32GB version, google are soon releasing a slightly more expensive Data enabled model also with 32GB of memory,
The current price for this new model is down for £239 with the only extra feature being the ability to connect to the internet through a data plan,
The newest addition to Google’s Tablet arsenal comes with High Speed Packet Access (HSPA+) further improved 3G wireless data connectivity (3G on steroids), apparently allowing data transfer rates of: 168 Mbit/s Downloads and 22 Mbit/s uploads.
The Device is Unlocked allowing uses the ability to connect to any wireless network,
Check out the googleplay site for more details here.
Do you think it’s worth the extra 39 quid for internet anywhere connection?
In my opinion I think it’s ideal for those without an original Nexus 7 device to go for the £239 HSPA+ version as you have the flexibility of choosing where and when you can use the internet,
However there are other factors to bear in mind such as those with WiFi home connectivity and Mobile phones with Hot Spot option, are able to have a data enabled Nexus 7 nearly anywhere already!
I guess the Internet speed may be the deciding factor as Mobile data connections can be hit and miss in my experience and having a HSPA+ specific high speed Nexus 7 internet connection would be amazing to have.
Dear Readers I would love to hear your opinions on whether you think paying an extra £40 for Internet Data connection you then must pay for is worth it?