The Good The Nexus 10 has a beautifully sharp screen. It's light, durable, and receives regular OS updates. Photo Sphere is an incredibly cool concept. Google's content ecosystem is only getting better.
The Bad The included charger isn't fast enough to power the battery while playing a game; even while idle, it charges painfully slowly. There's no storage expansion option, and apps that take full advantage of the screen are currently few and far between. Navigating isn't quite as seamless as on the Nexus 7.
The Bottom Line The Nexus 10's durable design, consistent updates, and good performance make it one of the best Android tablets to date.
Regular Google updates in a durable body
Editors' note (December 6, 2013): We've lowered the performance score of the Nexus 10 due to recent releases of more powerful tablets in the marketplace.
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