Google's Nexus 10 tablet features immersive HD content, a 2560x1600 display, a dual-core ARM Cortex A5 processor and a unique multi-user experience. Matt Mira and Michael Kosta review the $399 device to see how it holds up to today's tablet standards.
What You Need To Know
We like the design of the Google Nexus 10 a lot with its 16x9 aspect ratio, which makes it less square than the iPad.
The construction itself is kind of a hollow feeling.
The back is a soft rubber, making it good for grip.
The whole thing weighs a little more than a pound and feels very balanced as a result of the size.
As far as buttons go, there are only 2 for the sleep/wake button and the volume toggle.
There's also no SD card slot for expansion.
The screen is great and is something called super PLS, which is plane-to-line switching.
This translates into an incredible viewing angle.
This screen has a higher resolution than the iPad at 2560x1600, which sounds very exciting but is just barely clearer.
The color is excellent and the brightness is very good.
The Google Nexus 10 is the fastest Android tablet we've ever tested on Gadget Pr0n.
There's a 1.7 GHz Exynos processor and 2 GB of RAM with Android's Jelly Bean 4.1.
There's also an option for multiple user profiles, so for someone who wants to have a tablet for the family, this is a good option.