Which 2013 Tablet Is The Best For Gaming?

Currently tablets are at the apex of mobile technology. These devices are not only compact but they also do not weigh a lot which makes them quite easy to tote around. While they may not have the strength of a laptop’s processor, they still can perform some serious tasks. Among these tasks is gaming.

Tablets have become ideal gaming devices. They can access gaming apps or even internet sites such as online casinos. to be truly considered to be a  tablet, then the device needs to be at least 7 inches. But if 7 inches is not big enough, don’t worry – there are plenty out there that are bigger.  

google nexus 7 tablet

However, if you’re looking for a gaming tablet within the smaller 7 inch class, then one of the best for 2013 is the Google Nexus 7 (and in my opinion 7 inches is great as it makes it easier to carry and to craftily game anywhere you might be… Be it, the office, airport, coffee shop or wherever).

The Google Nexus 7 gives gamers a lot of tablet for a fairly low price tag. The tablet is built by Asus for Google. At first look, the newly designed Nexus 7 may resemble the previous model. However, if you pick it up you will notice a remarkable difference, the weight. The current version of the Nexus 7 is much slimmer and weighs less. The thickness of the tablet is just 8.7 mm and it weighs 290 g. Given its compact 7 inch size and light weight, the Nexus 7 works well for gamers who wish to hold their tablet in one hand. In fact, these changes made in the design of the tablet were done to make the Nexus 7 easier to hold.

The newly designed screen is another feature that makes the Nexus 7 popular for gaming. While the display still measures 7 inches, the resolution has been amped up from 1280 x 800 pixels all the way to 1920 x 1200. This change results in 323 pixels per inch. Given this immense pixel density, many gamers find their online casino games appear even more realistic. Online casino games have made a lot of improvements. Especially in their software over the years so their customers can get the most out of their games.

What do you think? Is 7 inches big enough? What do you think of the Nexus 7? What tablet would you go for? 

Susie McBeth

Susie McBeth is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Nerd Like You.   Susie is a comic book reading, anime loving, superhero obsessed, writer, editor, artist, gamer, occasional supervillain and all round very nerdy girl.   When not working on content for NLY and sneakily fitting in the odd zombie kill, she can be found writing entertainment posts for national news entertainment site The Metro as well as writing guest posts for Bit Rebels and a plethora of other sites (Google will tell you all).   She also writes books - including the recent How to become a Supervillain in 10 easy steps.

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