Most of you know that we’ve had a Nexus 9 in our hands for almost a week now. Although we couldn’t say anything about it except for “impressions”. But now we can. Our review is also out there for those interested in reading it. Google did just send us the final OTA for Android 5.0 last night, so that review doesn’t reflect the latest version. The update was about 800MB in size, so there’s going to be some new stuff there, which we’ll update our review once we find things that have changed, in about a week or so.
In the meantime, we know you have questions about the Nexus 9, so go ahead and ask away! We have the 32GB WiFi model in hand, so try and keep questions to that model. Basically what I mean is I don’t know how much space is on the 16GB model out of the box, or how easy it is to get the LTE version working on Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile or AT&T. If that makes any sense. We are very impressed with the Nexus 9, although we did see a few bugs. Those are likely gone with this new version of Lollipop we got last night, so there’s that.
If you haven’t already read our review, go and check that out. It’s a really great tablet, and one I’d definitely recommend to many out there. Especially if you’re looking to play some games as this handles games like a champ. Otherwise, head to the comments below and start asking away. I’ll be checking this post periodically over the next few days and answering your questions, so if I don’t respond to your question right away, don’t worry I will. As long as I know the answer to it.
How many of you have already gone out and picked up the Nexus 9? Let us know in the comments below.