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Well just compared the 2013 Nexus 7 wifi model vs the Samsung Tab 3 8 inch wifi tablet.
Very interesting result. On paper the Nexus 7 should win hands down, and most reviews of these machines call it that way.
But suggest you go try both in a shop. I now much prefer the Galaxy 8 inch tablet. Comparison follows:
1. Galaxy screen resolution is lower that Nexus, but still 1200 x 800 and much stronger colours. I find this easy to use and the extra screen size is a big difference, also much nicer for videos.
2. Weight, they feel roughly the same in hand but the Galaxy 8 inch screen works really well.
Speed, in use and opening, running most apps cant tell any difference. But not using either for games or power hungry apps. For most apps a good dual core cpu matches the newer quad core machines.
3. Feel – both machines are well made. Galaxy has 16gb internal and micro sd slot that takes up to 64gb.
4. Price, the Galaxy is around £180 to £200, so cheaper than the 32gb Nexus at £239.
Summary – for me the bigger screen, bold colours and micro sd slot make a difference, so using the Galaxy most of the time.
Ok, have upgraded my original Galaxy Note 1 for the new Note 2. Some brief opinions will follow.
1. The screen is not significantly better, maybe a little improved in video.
2. Dimensions: the rounded narrower form factor makes it much easier to hold one handed.
3. Much faster, quad cores are cool. plus the 2GB ram probably helps.
4. Nice stylus as others have commented.
5. Better software, especially the floating video option.
6. Overall 4.5 stars, as the screen on the Nexus 7 and HTC One X are better, whiter and sharper.
I lov my Note 2, its a pocket super computer. What more do you want?
Well just did a blind test using some shots from the X100 versus the EP3 with a friend. They clearly preferred the output from the EP3, overall.
Just got the new Nexus 7 inch tablet with 32GB and 3G built in. Must say big improvement over the old Nexus 7, now has auto screen rotate, much slicker, no glitches and adequate memory.
Havent tried the 3G yet, will post on that soon.
Best 7 inch tablet for the money.
Well have been using the Nexus for a while now, finding it very useful on train to check mail, and check web.
Best 7 inch tablet on market and half price of Apple mini ipad. (which I would like but cant now justify.)
Well here is the beginning of an unfolding saga as I test these two new cameras.
Got the Fuji X100 as had the x10 and loved the design but wanted higher spec. Love the design especially the black limited edition which I have.
Also have the EP3 which I know has an older micro 43 sensor and not as good as the new OMD style, but couldnt afford that just now.
Anyway, the Fuji X100 is great to handle and if you can get it to focus takes fabulous shots, very fine detail, nice colour balance. Watch out for the slightly wide lens on portraits though.
Problem is IF you can get it to focus, indoors or low light the focus is right 50% of the time. Very annoying. True I’m not the best photographer on earth, (or even in my village).
The Olympus EP3 however takes shots with less details if you zoom in to pixel level and much more chroma noise even at low ISO, but the colours are rich and the images are in focus 100% of the time. (Using a 17mm prime lens i.e. 35mm equivalent, so close to the Fuji.)
So Im probably using the EP3 for street work and people, but the Fuji for landscapes and still subjects.
Will be interesting to test again with a 45mm portrait lens on the EP3.