Unlike Apple’s iPad that’s glued all over, making it look like a disposable device in case some malfunction or user accident occurs, Google’s Nexus 7 is fairly easy to take apart and to repair.
It seems that ASUS
did a good job in designing Google’s Nexus 7
The work was a “torture
” for the Taiwanese manufacturer’s workers, but all that effort made it more accessible to the user and to the local repairman who are, in fact, the only ones with a chance to repair it once the warranty wears off.
It’s not like Google’s Nexus 7 is designed to be used for five years in a row, and people will most likely buy newer and more powerful tablets soon. However, bad news loves company, and once your tablet breaks, your beloved data is no longer available.
For the average user it will be quite easy to think about buying a new tablet, but most – if not all of them – will want their saved data from the broken one.