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[Q] Does Nexus 7 have vibrate?

3rd July 2012, 10:58 PM |#1  
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e.g. when pressing buttons
 
 
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You mean haptic feedback. And yes I heard it did

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You mean haptic feedback. And yes I heard it did

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I heard it didn't.

Anyone who has definite knowledge, would be helpful
4th July 2012, 03:42 AM |#4  
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Laptop Magazine says nope.

"We were disappointed to learn that the tablet does not offer haptic feedback, so there's no way to emulate the tactile feed of a physical keyboard."

http://www.laptopmag.com/review/tabl...e-nexus-7.aspx
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^^^ he beat me but yeah there is not sadly it what i read
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I would Like to know this as well. I was expecting it to have haptic feedback, but its not a deal breaker if it doesn't. Still, I feel like every time I read up on this tablet, people discover its missing another feature. I understand its 200 bucks, but is a vibration mechanism that big and expensive to include?
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I would Like to know this as well. I was expecting it to have haptic feedback, but its not a deal breaker if it doesn't. Still, I feel like every time I read up on this tablet, people discover its missing another feature. I understand its 200 bucks, but is a vibration mechanism that big and expensive to include?

I think that it would be more of a room issue than a cost issue. The vibrators are clunky.

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4th July 2012, 08:04 AM |#8  
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There is no haptic feedback, vibrate mode, etc.
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Wow, no haptic feedback is surprising considering it's a common feature in games and google has been pushing it as a great gaming device.
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Eh, haptic feedback isn't all that important to me. Even on my phone I don't feel the vibrate through my pocket. Don't use what use it is on a tablet.
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