We won’t spoil it for you, but we like the ad - it’s about bringing the family together, catchy and simple, with no mention of the cores or the high-res screen, just the experience. And that’s a good thing in our opinion, making the ads more accessible, highlighting that devices are now more natural. If it works well after all, the average user won’t really care much whether there’s a dual or a quad-core processor powering the device.
As for the specs and in-depth look, you can always check out our more technical view of things in the Nexus 7 review. How do you like the ad?