With the release of the Nexus 7 not only did Google show that Android can be competitive on a small tablet, but they also beat the iPad mini to sale by several months, giving time for the Nexus 7 to gain a foothold in the market. Fast forward to today and Google's set their sights even higher: right into the 10" tablet fray where the iPad dominates. On paper the Nexus 10 is impressive with a Retina Display beating 10" 2560x1600 display, brand new Exynos 5 dual core processor, Android 4.2 Jellybean and a very competitive price of only $400. Taken as a whole with the Nexus branding which practically guarantees future updates, the Samsung built and Google branded Nexus 10 checks a lot of the right boxes…
Google Nexus 10 Android Tablet Review
You sound like a Russian with a fake American accent :/ Love that you guys are reviewing this as I have been waiting for some from sites I trust.
I don't know man, I wouldn't trust any Russians with fake American accents. :P Of course Austin is from Missouri so yeah, you can trust him/us. The Nexus 10 is darn nice.
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