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Google Nexus 10 16GB

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Nexus 10 is an android tablet with 10.6 inch screen, dual core 1.7 GHz ARM Cortex-A15 processor. The graphics processor is a Quad Core Mali T604. 16 GB memory, released 2012.
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  • Google Nexus 10 review

    Plus

    • Powerful processor
    • High-res screen
    • Android 4.4

    Minus

    • No 3G/4G option
    • No expandable storage
    • Muted colours for media

    Conclusion
    The Google Nexus 10 is clearly a brilliant tablet. It has high-end specs at a mid-range price, and that alone makes it deserving of attention. Add to that a generally stunning screen and near faultless performance and it really does start to look like an iPad beater.But after spending some time with it I can't quite be as enthusiastic as I'd like. The lack of expandable storage combined with the fairly limited internal storage really hampers its media capabilities.Since tablets are for most people a media-centric device that's a real issue and the single biggest problem with the Google Nexus 10, along with the screen offering slightly muted colours and contrast ratios.I don't want to end on a negative note though, since most of the other problems are little more than nitpicking, and it really is an impressive device. If you want a 10.1-inch Android tablet this is still easily one of the best there is, and in this price range it's absolutely the best.Looking away from Android we come to the biggest question - how does it fare against the iPad? The reality is the iPad Air trumps the Nexus 10 in terms of premium design and fluidity - but it comes at a cost. A really big cost.Ultimately, other than the price, there's little reason for Apple fans to jump ship to the Nexus 10, equally the Nexus 10 puts up enough of a defence to keep the Android faithful happy.

    7 years ago
  • Google Nexus 10 review

    A brilliant tablet with a wonderful screen and an even more wonderful price. Only a slightly below-average battery life holds it back

    8 years ago
  • Google Nexus 10 review

    A brilliant tablet with a wonderful screen and an even more wonderful price. Only a slightly below-average battery life holds it back

    8 years ago
  • Google Nexus 10

    Plus

    • Superb display
    • fast performance
    • good ergonomics.

    Minus

    • No microSD card slot
    • not terribly attractive.

    ConclusionI'll be honest, I didn't expect to like the Google Nexus 10 that much. It isn't that I don't like Android, in fact Android is my main squeeze, but on paper the Nexus 10 didn't set my heart on fire. Once I got my hands on the tablet that changed. Why? The display is drop-dead gorgeous and it's faster and smoother than any other Android tablet on the market, including the Nexus 7 that seemed to get a little slower with the Android 4.2 update. The Nexus 10 also feels great in hand with friendly tapered sides, good balance, an excellent rubbery soft touch finish and moderate weight. I confess I don't much care for the industrial design, but I'll take good ergonomics over vanity any day.

  • Google Nexus 10 Review

    Plus

    • Incredible high resolution display
    • Very good $400 price point
    • Stellar battery life

    Minus

    • No 4G/3G verison
    • Some software bugs with Android 4.2
    • Choppy performance every now and then

  • No grade
    Google Nexus 10 Review: Is 2560x1600 High-Def Enough?

    Conclusion
    Google's Nexus 10 enables a 2560x1600 resolution on a 10" display, and features a powerful Samsung SoC. Can the affordable tablet take down Apple's iPad through superior hardware and better value? We apply our benchmark suite to answer those questions.

    8 years ago