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Old October 30th, 2011, 10:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Post No U.S. release...eBay a U.K. device?

Hi, I'm brand new to the forums so if I'm not posting this question correctly, I apologize in advance!

This upcoming holiday season, I'm planning on getting myself a brand new Galaxy Nexus and am also in the market for a tablet. So I've decided that a GTab would be the best option for me, only problem is there's so many of 'em! My frontrunner at the moment is the 7.7 as opposed to the 7.0 Plus mainly because of it's better screen (I mean looking at a Super AMOLED all day on the GNex and then comin' home to a tab with a lesser screen doesn't sound too great!). The only problem is, the 7.7 doesn't appear that it'll be making an appearance in the U.S. I was wondering if there are any downsides to buying the U.K. version of the tablet off eBay and (me, I'm full U.S. lol) using it. Also if there aren't any downsides, do you recommend the 7.0 Plus over the 7.7 for reasons like updates, support, or simply the device for any reason? Would me using it in the U.S. affect any of these things?

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