Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Smart tablets Nexus 10 from Google
Although going on sale this morning, Google's site struggled to keep up with orders with plenty of turning to Twitter, as is usually the case these days, to complain about lost orders in the coursework of checkout and a failure to get on to the site at all.
Nexus 10 have now gone on sale on Google Play, but don't expect to get your hands on today from Google Play, because the store has already sold out of the Nexus four and the 32GB Nexus ten.In our review of the latest smartphone to fly the Google flag, they found it to be exceptionally slick and quick, with plenty of power on offer.
The camera have 8 megapixel and the better perform battery, but it is an excellent handset, with the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean installed.
The Nexus ten is Google's latest giant Android tablet. It follows a line of 10-inch devices that started with the Motorola Xoom, back in 2010, with the launch of Honeycomb, before the baton passed to Samsung.
This product joins the Nexus 7 in Google's portfolio, giving you a choice of sizes. The thing that differentiates the Nexus ten from the other Android tablets at this size is the high resolution of the display.
The tablet measures 263.9 x 177.6 x 8.9mm, so it's pretty slim. It weighs in at 603g, which for a 10-inch tablet is pretty average: it's lighter and slimmer than the iPad 4, if you care about that sort of thing, but slightly fatter and heavier than Samsung's own Galaxy Note 10.1.