The Google Nexus 7 is still the best value tablet on the market in our eyes. Now it looks like things could get even better Google are apparently already working with Asus to produce a new version of the Nexus 7 with a full HD display.
Google will apparently unveil the new Nexus 7 with a 1080p 7 inch touch-screen display in May. Assuming the information proves correct it would give the tablet an amazingly high PPI which will put the iPad and all other tablets in the shade.
The even better news for consumers is that Google look set to price the new model exactly the same as the current range. Being able to pickup a full 1080p tablet for under £200 is a truly staggering prospect and one which is sure to scare Apple's executives.
What other improvements will the new Nexus 7 have ?
To accommodate such a high-resolution touch-screen you'll need a lot of power so we'd expect the processor and the RAM to both be upgraded. Rumours suggest that the new Nexus 7 will ship with an improved version of Android Jelly Bean, rather than the unreleased Android Key Lime Pie.
The rest of the specification remains a mystery and we'll have to wait until Google officially unveil the new Nexus 7 to find out more. They are expected to unveil the device at their Google I/O event on May 15th.
By Simon Thomas on 30th January, 2013