- Features At the risk of sounding like a broken record, tablet optimized app selection is lacking. HDMI out is a plus.
- Display Beautiful high res screen, not much else to say.
- Battery life Battery life seems very short, about 6-8 hours. Even worse it takes at least 2 hours to charge when it's completely drained.
- Ease of use Navigating Android is easy enough, especially if you're already familiar. Regular system lock ups and reboots knock this to a 4.
- Storage capacity The 16 GB model is plenty for me, but I can understand complaints that no 64 GB model is offered.
- Design and form factor I'm a big fan of the grippy material covering the back and the tear drop shape.
- Portability (size / weight) Lighter than an iPad, easy enough to carry around, or throw in a bag.
- Durability I've dropped it a few times and it's still flawless. Screen is virtually scratch proof.
I'm still using mine pretty regularly however, and I'm more or less pleased with my purchase. Considering it's a Nexus device, we'll be well supported on the software front, but I do resent feeling a little bit like a guinea pig. I've also noticed beautiful tablet optimized apps are slowly trickling onto Google Play.
I think the Nexus 10 deserves an 8.5 overall but since there are no decimals I guess I'll have to round up.
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