A few Google Nexus 7 reviewers who bought it reckoned that it was a good design. Four years ago Cnet.com gave it a score of 4 stars and wrote on CNET.com “With its excellent design, useful software features”. Cnet.com also mentioned “No other 7-inch, $200 to $250 tablet combines this level of performance, with Android 4.1's features, in such a comfortable design”. Laptopmag.com rated the Google Nexus 7 80 out of 100 and mentioned “The Nexus 7 is the best 7-inch tablet yet, combining fast quad-core performance, top-notch design and Google's smart Jelly Bean OS for an amazing price”.
A few Google Nexus 7 reviewers who purchased the Google Nexus 7 thought it was good looking. Cnet.com said on expert website CNET.com “With a beautiful screen, fast performance” in their review. Expert website Mobiletechreview.com said “The anodized aluminum back is gorgeous and the”. Four years ago Mobileburn.com mentioned in their review of this tablets “Beautiful, detailed display”.
A number of customers who bought the product thought it was smooth. Notebookcheck.net said “The ease-of-use and silky smooth software is presented in a tight-fitting chassis” and rated the product 83 out of 100. Four years ago Tomsguide.com said in their review “Performance is snappy and smooth”. Tomsguide.com also mentioned “Low cost, great hardware build, fast and smooth, latest OS version”.
Some people who reviewed the Google Nexus 7 thought it was well designed. Expert website Techworld.com said “It's hard to believe a nicely designed and well-build tablet with such an impressive specification has price as low as this” in their review of the Google Nexus 7. Notebookcheck.net gave it a rating of 83 out of 100 and said “Google Nexus 7 Never has an Android tablet felt so clean, uncluttered”.