Firstly here's a link to the Nexus 7 Manual through Google Play:https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=gKmQD47OvCYC
And after reading through it there are a few features I've yet to see anyone demo or highlight, and I'm not sure why.
The biggest is Google Actions (pages 34 and 35 in manual) which says the N7 will sample audio from the microphone every few seconds and if you say "Google" it'll instantly start listening to voice commands with no need to press the microphone button. This seems amazing, and if the API allows third party apps to tie into this it opens some neat possibilities. But I've yet to see anyone talk about it or show any demos.
Also pages 59 and 60 shows using a VPN, so any word on how this works? If it's compatible with our work's VPN this might be a great way to connect in when on the go given I can find a good RDP client for Android.
Speaking of, page 67 and 68 mention mouse and keyboard support, which a mouse working on it is something very unexpected. But the manual says "an arrow shaped cursor appears just as on a computer". WOW! Again, for RDP connections into desktop systems this is TOTALLY FTW!
Pages 80 and 81 mentions encryption which is another wonderful feature I've yet to see anyone demo, so I'd be curious to see how this works and whether or not it slows the system down.
So just a few things I've read that I've yet to see anyone who already has one cover. Most people seem to be highlighting the obvious things, but I'd love to see someone demo these features. I also have an N7 on order, so if I can't find any demos by then I'll do one myself
Take care --