Try b4 u buy
I have a nexus 10 which ive droped and thrown several and thrown a few times and it still runs perfect, apps all fire up and run smoothly, it has a better camera, more memory and a way larger screen than my phone but having that big screen comes at the cost of the battery but except for that every thing else works great and speedy, I just remember my charger when I go out especially if I want to use the internet,
The Nexus is sim-less so the internet is accessed with wifi witch can be a pain, all in all for the price I'm not complaining
Purchased for $450.00.
Solid 10 inch tablet but not perfect
This was my second 10 inch tablet, the first being an iPad. I find the Nexus 10 to be a very slick machine. I like the front facing speakers and sound quality for a 10 inch tablet. The display is excellent and it is snappy and responsive. I like the fact that it has the updates and compatibility of the Google Nexus devices. I love the fact that unlike the 7 inch Nexus, there is haptic feedback and there is also HDMI out which makes it a solid gaming tablet. Battery life is also very good and I'm very glad it charges via a standard micro USB, I ...always hated having to carry a separate charger for my iPad from my other devices and a big reason I steered clear of the Galaxy tabs. Although there are some things I don't quite like about it. The build is noticeably plasticy, though having owned an iPad which had the metal feel that was capable of being both cold and hot in the hands, its not that bad in comparison. The black finish is an absolute magnet for finger prints which can obscure the display somewhat. The aspect ratio though, while good for watching video is not as ideal as the iPad for viewing websites or PDFs - two things that I tend to use my tablet for most. The placement of the headphone jack is unfortunate when holding it in landscape mode and the tablet feels overly wide and somewhat edgy in the hands. The lack of SD slot is also unfortunate. Great value/price, Updates and Compatibility, HDMI out, Good speakers, Haptic feedback, Good for gaming, Standard charger Screen aspect ratio not great for PDFs or web viewing, Plasticy feel, No SD slot
One of the best Android tablets you can buy
Originally I bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and found it slow, sometimes unresponsive, and poor quality. Manged to return it and bought my Google/Samsung Nexus 10 directly from the Play Store. I am so impressed with this tablet, it rivals the iPad4 I use for work with an even better screen, very fast response to finger gestures, and an easy to use OS (Jelly Bean). Movies (especially HD) look bright and brilliant and play very smoothly. Websites are smooth and crisp. I can't overstate how amazing the screen in this tablet is. If you want a tablet...for media consumption like watching videos then it's hard to look past the Nexus 10. I went for the 32GB version as I have a lot of videos to store. That leads me to the only real downside to this tablet in my opinion - lack of an SD Card slot. Fortunately you can easily overcome this by using a little app called Nexus Media Importer. You can now connect a USB drive via an OTG cable. The app costs around $3 and the cable about the same. So for $6 you can plug in just about any thumb drive or even an SD card if you connect a card reader, making the storage options to the Nexus 10 just about limitless. The price of the Nexus 10 is quite good too, you get amazing value for money. Beautiful screen, fast and easy to use, reliable, excellent value for money. Lack of an SD Card slot (you can get around this easily though)
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