ASUS’ Nexus 7 tablet and laptop are the latest smartphones to offer an 8-inch display, a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor and a 2GB of RAM.
If you want to use Android 5.0 Lollipop, you’ll have to pay $649 for the 6GB model and $599 for the 16GB.
The tablets are available in a variety of colors, including the familiar grey and black, but they can be ordered with black or white options.
All models feature a 12-megapixel camera, 1.7GHz dual-core processor and an 8MP front-facing camera.
The 8-MP front camera is good for taking selfies, but it doesn’t have a good enough zoom.
The battery life is good, but the tablet is more than a year behind its predecessor.
And its price is quite a bit higher.
For comparison, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon costs $2,199.
It has a 13-inch screen, a 3,400mAh battery and 128GB of storage, but its price tag is $2.99 more than the Nexus 7.
Both tablets have a 13.3-megacorp quad-cortex processor, a 2.4GHz dual core processor and 1GB of DDR3 RAM, but unlike the Nexus, they don’t support Android 5, which means you can’t run third-party apps or use Google’s Chrome browser.
Both devices come with a fingerprint reader and Android Pay, so you can pay for your tablet with a credit card.
The Lenovo ThinkPads don’t offer the same feature set as the Asus, which makes them good value picks for any budget.
Lenovo’s ThinkPad 15 series is available in three colors, and the ThinkPad 14 series is also available in black, white and silver.
Lenovo has also made a handful of tablets with a larger screen, including a 15-inch model with a 1,440×900 resolution, a 16-inch tablet with an 1,920×1,080 resolution and a 21-inch one with a 2,560×1.828 resolution.
These larger models have been the most popular with consumers and reviewers, so Lenovo’s tablet lineup has been a popular option.
However, Asus has a slightly different take on the tablet market.
The Asus 8800 Ultra is a 7-inch, 1080p tablet that costs $799 and features a 1GHz quad core processor, 1GB RAM, 32GB of onboard storage and a 16GB of built-in storage.
It’s also got a fingerprint scanner.
Like the Nexus tablets, the 8800 has a fingerprint sensor and Android 5 Lollipop support.
The 7-incher has a 1GB GPU and 32GB storage, and it’s the only tablet that supports Android 5 and Google’s Android Pay.
If the 8-in-1 doesn’t impress you enough, Asus’s 4200 is available for $499, but only for the US and Canada.
The company has a similar slate, the Zenfone 2, which features a 7.9-inch 2,048×1 (1,440 x 900) display, 2GB RAM and a 1TB storage option.
Like Asus’s Nexus, the 2-in.-1 Zenfones are great value picks, but don’t come with Android 5 yet.
The ASUS ZenfONE 8 is a 4-in.
2-GHz dual CPU, 1GHz Quad-core and 1.3GHz Quad GPU tablet that comes in four colors.
It also comes with Android 7.0 Nougat, but you’ll pay $1,399 for a 16 GB version, which is significantly less than the $1.99 the 8400 will cost you.
Asus has the 7-in., 8-IN.
and 11-in tablet lineups, and they’re all great value options for anyone who wants to ditch the big-screen tablet and go for a smaller device.
They’re also great options for those who want to avoid the Android licensing headaches and the $399 price tag.
However,, Asus offers a cheaper 8-inc.
model with the same specs and price, the ASUS VivoBook 2, for $249.
The ZenfONce 2 is a 12.9 inch tablet with 1,640×480 resolution, Android 5 or Google’s Play Store, and a 13MP camera.
It supports Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which can be downloaded for free.
ASUS also has a $199 tablet with Intel’s Kaby Lake processor and 8GB of memory, the VivoTab S, which offers a 1080p display, Android 6 Marshmallow and a fingerprint-reader.
Asus’s VivoPad 2 is the cheapest 8- and 10-inch tablets with Android 6 and Marshmallow support, and you can also get an 8.9.3 tablet with 4GB of ram, 1TB of storage and an Intel Atom processor for $399