Google is at it again, after it had created the market mover Nexus 7 that set a standard for the smaller tablet industry, it has finally created a product that could boldly stand the iPad, and contend with it in a bigger way. I am happy to announce to you the arrival of the NEXUS 10!
The Nexus 10 arrives, cheaper than the iPad by a whooping of $100. It has officially been debuted, and it packs a lot of interesting features, the screen resolution is bigger than the retina display, it has a whole lot of 300 pixels per inch. The tablet is created to transform the tablet market and finally Apple has got something to get challenge of, the whole of the Nexus 10 is made by Samsung.
Let’s check out the features that makes the Nexus 10 an iPad killer
The Nexus 10 tablet is powered by a dual core, 1.7 GHz Exynos Samsung processor. In the chip is a quad core GPU, this makes the display exceptional from other market tablets.
Nexus 10 is coming in two variant of storage, the 16GB and 32GB option, the RAM that is package therein is a 2GB RAM.
The 10 inch Nexus 10 tablet has a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, bigger than the retina display. This brings a near perfect sharp imaging, more than 4 million pixels. It beats the iPad hands down which only has 264 pixels per inch. It also flogs the closest competitor, the Kindle Fire HD which is 8.9 inch.
Google had invested on the microUSB, microHDMI, and Wi-Fi. Nothing is heard about 4G or LTE yet for the Nexus 10.
Google was wise this time around; it never replicated the error it made in the Nexus 7 by including only a 12 MP front camera. This time around, like the iPad 4, the Nexus 10 carries a primary rear facing 5 MP camera, and went ahead to also place a video chatting camera at the front which has upgraded to a 1.9 MP
Google has packaged on the Nexus 10 a two front facing stereo speakers, that will probably beat the iPad in prediction.
The battery that is empowers the Nexus 10 tablet boasts of 9 hours video playback, but this time, Apple announced 10 hours.
The Nexus 10 tablet is arriving with the latest newly upgraded Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, unlike the Microsoft Surface and Apple iPad, this tablet is readily made to be share with family and friends as multiple user account can be created on the Jelly Bean 4.2.
The Nexus 10 has a Miracast support that allows you to transmit TV shows, movies etc, on your screen to a television using a wireless adapter.
Lighter than the iPad, the Nexus 10 tablet is just 604 g in weight, the iPad is 652 g.
Amazingly, with all the packages offered on the Nexus 10 tablet, Google has chosen to price it considerably, the 16 GB option costs $400, while the 32 GB model goes for $500, this is $100 cheaper than the Apple iPad.
The tablet will be available starting from November 11 on the Google Play store in US, UK, France, Australia, Germany, Japan, Canada, and Spain.
When the Nexus 10 finally arrives will you be pleased to go for one, or still stick to the iPad?
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