Otherwise, Consumer Reports gave a pretty glowing review of Google's new tablet, saying that the display was "gorgeous, bright,... the sharpest one we’ve seen yet in a tablet". The updated processor and the price tag also went a long way in recommending the tablet. The only suggestion was for potential buyers to wait until Google sorted out the reported issues with GPS and the touchscreen.
Since that update is rolling out right now, it doesn't look like Consumer Reports has any reason to suggest you wait. Of course, if you're in the market for a 7-inch Android tablet, it's hard to find a better deal than the Nexus 7.
source: Consumer Reports