Sunday, March 3, 2013

                Google Nexus 10

Tablets are in a funny phase. For years, Google and Microsoft were content to sit back while hardware partners used their software to make tablets. But as the iPad gobbled up the market, it became clear that the strategy that worked for Microsoft with PCs wasn't going to work with tablets. So both companies got in the game, Google with the Nexus 7 and Microsoft with the Surface.
Google certainly shook up the 7-inch tablet market — it's the best Android tablet I've used, and the only one I've purchased — and now the company's hunting bigger game. The new Nexus 10 is unequivocally aimed directly at the iPad's heart, and its biggest selling point: the Nexus 10's display is every bit as high-res and retina-quality as the latest iPad. Add in promises of long battery life, a bleeding-edge processor promising class-leading performance, and plenty of content at your fingertips, and the Nexus 10 matches the iPad all the way down the spec sheet. It even bests its price tag, starting at just $399. But how does it do in the real world?

Google's new 10-inch tablet is a direct competitor to Apple's full-size iPad

Google Nexus 10 Specifications (Specs) :
OS:  Android (4.2)
Dimensions: 263.9 x 177.6 x 8.9 mm
Weight: 603 g
Physical size: 10.05 inches
Touchscreen: Capacitive, Multi-touch
System chip: Samsung Exynos 5
Processor: Dual core, 1700 MHz, ARM Cortex-A15
Graphics processor: ARM Mali-T604
Built-in storage: 16 GB
Camera: 5 megapixels
Front-facing camera: 1.9 megapixels
Connectivity: NFC, DLNA, Computer sync, OTA sync