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For just £199, you can't go wrong with a Nexus 7. If you have more to spend, I think you'll enjoy an iPad mini more, but for the price it can't be beaten.
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The wired dock costs $50, while a wireless version will set you back $90.
Leaked photos of the rumoured tablet have shown up online, also suggesting the upcoming slate will be capable of making calls.
A new software update also provides Verizon LTE support for cellular-enabled versions of the tablet.
With the latest Android Jelly Bean software, a high-definition screen and quad-core processor, the Google Nexus 7 is a jaw-dropping bargain.
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The Google Nexus 5 costs £295, and comes with a free 2012 Google Nexus 7 tablet at Carphone Warehouse.