Google Nexus 10 Tablet Review
The Google Nexus 10 has loads of features, but the screen that could have used a little more testing.
If you're looking for an Android answer to the iPad, the Google Nexus 10 is it. With a higher pixel density, the best software and a slew of features, the Nexus10 makes a statement amid a large number of tablet releases.
While it is true that this tablet is an impressive piece of hardware, there are a couple strange deficiencies that are a little surprising in the performance department. For example, the color gamut is very lacking in comparison to even that of the Nexus7, and a dearth of tablet-specific apps will continue to frustrate Android users for the time being, essentially wasting that pixel-packed display.
All that being said, the most recent upgrade to Android Jelly Bean (4.2) offers a crazy amount of inventive and captivating features, all with the same customizability and pedigree of a stock Android device. Don't like something? Change it! Love another feature? Make it better! Additionally, you will always have the latest and greatest version of the Android operating systems, as Google's Nexus program ensures it. There is no other Android tablet save for the Nexus7 that offers this kind of longevity and feature arsenal.
If you are curious about making the leap to an Android tablet, there's never been a better time than now after the latest Nexus line of tablets and phones have been released. While they're not perfect, they do offer quite a lot for the pricetag, and it's hard to argue when it's less expensive than its nearest competitors of any operating system.
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