I just got a Nexus 7 this christmas. Being an Apple-guy, I had wished for the iPad, and actually considered switching it for a Mini instead. However, about two weeks later, and I have gotten to the point where I am definitely keeping the Nexus, and most likely selling my iPhone for either a Nexus 4 or the upcoming Galaxy S4. While the Nexus is not as nice looking as the iPad, Android Jelly Bean has really impressed me. It's the first time since the Nexus One that I'm giving Android a try. It's so smooth, polished and clean - while allowing just that much more functionality. The notification center is far more usable than the iOS equivalent. WiFi, Bluetooth, Brightness, Flightmode, Rotation, et.c., just a swipe away. No need to enter the settings app manually. I've used it for browsing the web very much recently. The Nexus being Flash-compatible is really nice. Furthermore, everytime I'm about to tap a link located closely to another, the screen automatically zooms the nearby area, while tapping close to one of the links, making it far easier to hit the right one. Widgets are cool as well, nothing that I will probably use that much, but just having them there is really nice. Also, two days ago, I used it for navigating by car to a nearby ski resort. The built in Navigation offers everything from a stand alone top of the line Navigon unit, and then some more. Not even once did it get us lost. iOS Maps is such a joke in comparison. As for today, I arrived at my moms place, and brought up Google Now, which told me the weather for today and the coming days, as well as the time-table for the bus right outside my door, and recommended spots nearby (restaurants et.c.). It can even suggest restaurants based on ratings, when searching for certain spots in Google Maps. I am amazed by the functionality of the location based services. These fancy applications are usually reserved for the U.S market on Apple's products. Apple Maps for example never works when using Local Transport as a means of traveling here in Sweden, however my Nexus knows it all. Oh, and did I mention that uTorrent is available as a download from the Play Store, and works like a charm? Talk about PC-free. Of course, it's not all gold that glitters. The touchscreen is not as responsive as iPhone/iPad-screens (although this is related to the hardware, and not Android), neither is the scrolling always as smooth as on iOS, and last but not least, Apple is right about Android Tablet Apps just being enlarged Mobile-apps, but so far, I'm amazed by this little device, and will most likely go Android on my mobile device as well, unless Apple has something amazing up their sleeve for this spring. I can't wait to see what this competition will bring.