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What do you get when you take a great product and make it better? The 2013 edition of the Nexus 7, that's what.

The original Nexus 7, which was launched in 2012, was the first in a wave of low-cost 7in tablets running Android, which was soon followed by the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, the Barnes and Noble Nook HD and - at a slightly higher price bracket - the iPad mini.

It was a major success and even saw its price drop from a low £179, to a ridiculously low £159 before the launch of the revamped Nexus 7 earlier this year.

While the new Nexus 7 is not a revolutionary change by any means, and it is questionable if anyone who owns the 2012 version should upgrade, the new tablet is better in pretty much every way - except, that is, for price.

At £199 the new Nexus 7 is not expensive but that £20 price bump may put off those people thinking about selling last year's model and upgrading to the new model.

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