10 REASONS WHY NEXUS 7 LACKING A REAR CAMERA IS DUMB – RANT

The Nexus 7 Tab has no rear camera… In my recent video “Google NEXUS 7 – DOES IT SUCK? … it might :(” I commented on my disappointment about the lack of a rear facing camera on the new Nexus7 Android tablet… I got lots of comments – some so vulgar they were deleted – about how rear facing cameras on tablets are a “dumb idea” and users should “just use a real camera like a DSLR instead“…… well, no, THAT is stupid… Watch this vid to find out why.

These people all left DUMB cumments, quite possibly because they are STUPID

why do you need a rear camera who uses ut anyway? – Yaxrob

why’d you want to take photos on a tablet for anyway? SuperSah44

Why complain about the camera on a tablet? Its horrible to try to take a pic on a tablet -pokestory1

There is no feasible reason to take photos with a tablet – adam67

the idea of using any tablet for actually taking photos is just so patently ridiculous – guitarmaster199

look if you want to take pictures you have a good camera at home – stanislavshopov85

You take pictures with a tablet..right. – BlaineDeschain

also you do look dorky holding a tablet in the air and taking a photo – THEH4Z

What kind of dumb ass takes pictures. With a tablet – POWERTEAM9988

1 thought on “10 REASONS WHY NEXUS 7 LACKING A REAR CAMERA IS DUMB – RANT”

  1. That was a one hell angry reply!
    I should say, some people like me don’t use rear cameras often (as i told in some other comment about myself). And if i was choosing a tablet, a rear camera would be one of the last things i’d take into consideration. And i also think that all those repliers were saying for themselves “i don’t need a rear camera” not thinking that it could be useful to most of other people or in some rare cases.
    But what they don’t really get is that the camera itself doesn’t cost much, and if you buy a 10-dollar-less-expensive tablet (or phone or whatever) some moment later you might regret not to have payed those 10$ for a rear camera that you need at the moment.

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