In the past I have only wanted 10” tablets or larger because I thought they were the perfect size for everything I wanted to do. Now that I have been using the LG G Pad F 7.0 I can say that I am starting to change my mind. There is something that is very awesome about having a smaller tablet that is portable and can even fit in some pockets. At first I thought there would not really be a big difference between my Nexus 6 and the G Pad. Having that extra inch of real estate actually makes a huge difference.
I have been watching movies and shows on the go, but my favorite thing to do on the G Pad is play games. I am not a huge gamer, but I love addicting mobile games as much as anyone. My recent go-to game is Cut the Rope 2. The game looks and plays great. The processor speed allows the game to run without any lag so you can get the most out of the experience. The sound on the G Pad is also pretty good without having to use headphones or Bluetooth speakers. To test out a more graphically intense game, I downloaded NOVA 3. The game itself was fun and the tablet was able to keep up with it and not lag. It did start to warm up, but never to the point where it was too hot. If you do like to watch movies and play games on your tablet, make sure you buy a SD card because there is not a lot of storage on the G Pad F 7.0.
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