Nexus 10

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The Nexus 10 is a 10 inch tablet from Google which was released in 2013 in a bid to rival the popular iPad 4 which was also released that year.  When released, the Nexus 10 undercut the price of the iPad 4 by around 25%. While the device is significantly cheaper than its rival, it is still a premium device. Indeed, coupling innovation with excellent design, the Nexus 10 is an excellent device.

One of the stand-out features of Google’s 10 inch tablet is its screen. With a resolution that clocks in at 2560 x 1600 pixels, it is, at time of writing, it has the highest screen resolution out there. This makes the perfect device for those who like to watch HD films and programmes on their tablet. The screen is also reinforced with Corning Gorilla Glass to protect it from any scrapes and chips.

The Nexus 10 has a pleasing simple design. It is minimalistic, with only a few hard buttons on the side of the device to control the volume and the power. It is nice and slim at a mere 8.9mm thick and not to heavy either as it weighs 603g, making it comfortable to hold for extended period of time. In addition, the rubber coating on the device prevents the Nexus 10 from slipping out of your hand.

There are two cameras on the device: a respectable 5MP camera at the back of the device for taking photos and a 1.9MP front-facing camera that can be used for making video calls using Google’s free Hangouts chat and video messaging application.

While the Nexus 10 lacks the quad-core processor seen in some of Apple’s devices, the Nexus 10 has a generous 2GB of RAM and a dual-core 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos processor, making it  a speedy and responsive device perfect for media and game lovers alike!

The Nexus 10 is marketed as a tablet that is made to share as has multi-user support, meaning that several users can have their own personal account on the device. This makes the Nexus 10 a great choice for a family tablet or for those who want one device that can be used for both work and fun.

As the Nexus 10 is an Android device, it has access to the Google Play store where users can download all manner of apps and games from Google bourgeoning library. In addition, as the Nexus 10 comes in 16GB and a 32GB models, there is plenty of room for users to store all their downloads on their tablet.