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  # 658560 19-Jul-2012 16:18
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Don't forget the N7 uses the nutty phone/tablet hybrid of ICS, not pure ICS. So no home screen rotation etc

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  # 658564 19-Jul-2012 16:28
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PottsyNZ: Don't forget the N7 uses the nutty phone/tablet hybrid of ICS, not pure ICS. So no home screen rotation etc


You mean JB xD I'll probably play around with the DPI settings of mine to get the full 10 inch tablet experience. Saw a picture of the N7 on google reader showing the same UI as the Galaxy Nexus next to it...

 
 
 
 


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  # 658603 19-Jul-2012 17:35
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technicaljoe: Work has kindly lend me a loaner iPad1 to play with. I'll use that to check out my usage scenarios while waiting for something better to show up on the market... Well, unless the pixelated iPad1 screen or the Apple way drive me up the wall first :)

Anyhow... Look what I found on Google about TF700...
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/help/device-support/user-guide/?wm=man:5245,page:hom

Does that mean TF700 is coming to NZ soon?


I so so hope so. 

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  # 658613 19-Jul-2012 17:53
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
PottsyNZ: Don't forget the N7 uses the nutty phone/tablet hybrid of ICS, not pure ICS. So no home screen rotation etc


You mean JB xD I'll probably play around with the DPI settings of mine to get the full 10 inch tablet experience. Saw a picture of the N7 on google reader showing the same UI as the Galaxy Nexus next to it...


AHh didn't know that was actually part of JB..thought it was just the nexus...not so weird now I've read the jb wiki artle :)

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