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Good: Great screen, Great performance, Connectivity, Price
Bad: Desing, Build materials, Lack of Apps
Comment: The only thing I do not like is a device design and used materials. But the price is reasonable and screen and performance are great so I will buy it as soon as possible.
Good: Cheap and Latest Android
Bad: No Quad core
Comment: Everyone just thinks the iPad is the best tablet around because it looks nice and is very expensive so everyone naturally thinks that something expensive is the best and this tablet must be worse because it is cheaper but they don'y understand that apple just over-price everything so they can make as much money and possible and not pay any taxes whereas Google and Samsung aren't trying to fool they customers by making this too expensive this tablet is obviously better than the iPad and the Nexus 4 is better than the iPhone 5 the only thing they have going for them is there desgin.
Bad: No Quad Core
Comment: The reason that the dual core of the Nexus 10 performed so brilliantly compared to the quad cores devices out there is because the cores themselves are of the ARM Cortex-A15 architecture. They are the next generation of ARM SoCs, so it is not surprising that it is a beast.
Good: High-res screen, price, latest android, (might get hate for this but...) also that it doesn't have an Apple logo on the back :)
Bad: Design is pretty un-inspiring
Comment: I don't want an iPad because of an OS I find limiting after using Android but also because when you buy one Apple product you find yourself tied in to them. Would rather it had a design similar to the iPad and less slab-like but this will do
Good: specs and price
Bad: the whole design!
Comment: i think that even though it is claimed to be one of the best android tablets out there at the moment i think it has been a rather lazy design. firstly you have the back which looks really cheap and like someone has just decided to put a jet black round rectangle on it and the front of it seems to be wasting space. you have three tiny touch sensitive buttons which just could have been put on the actual non screen part of the tablet which means that it would have extra room getting rid of those black bars on either side of the screen. You’ll get what i mean if you look at the galaxy s range Smartphone’s and where they have put the touch sensitive buttons. It just makes sense. I don’t like the idea of the main icons used all the time on the bottom seems like APPLE is being copied? No? I’ll let you think about that one. I think that everyone should look at the Asus Pad Transformer Infinity instead clearly the better tablet and if you’re not willing to pay £600 for which I don’t blame you for because that it ridiculously overpriced buy it for £390 without the keyboard. There problem solved get a Asus ?
Comment: Two other tablets become available in November through a new site called TabletSprint - which offer some impressive features and prices, and stack up against the iPad & Google Nexus 10 inch tablets for nearly half the price -One model is the Novo 10 by Ainol electronics, a tabletmaker which received a CNET/CES 2012 "Tablet of the Year" award for another tablet they produced earlier this year - The Novo 10 offers a Quad Core processor and a pretty amazing 1920x1200 Liquid Crystal 10.1" screen (like
iPad Retina display) and will retail for about $269 and feature an advanced 10-Point Multi-Touch, HDMI with 1080p (HD) output to a TV, Dual Cameras, Bluetooth, WiFi, Built-In GPS, a Micro-SD Memory Card Slot, a Micro-USB port, a Strong Battery (10,000 mAh), Android 4.1 O/S (Jelly Bean) and Google Play access (400,000+ Android Software Apps). A similar model is also available in November that is produced by another Asia firm, Ramos Technology, that's called the W30-HD, which also has many of the same features, Plus 3G built in that works with any GSM carrier (AT&T & T-Mobile) and is expected to be priced around $320. One of the only places that seem to carry these models in the U.S. so far is at TabletSprint -- which also offers a few well-priced, quality 7 inch tablet models.
Good: Price and Spec
Bad: Not as nice looking as the Asus made Nexus 7
Comment: Seriously considering swapping my windows phone for a Nexus 4 and 7 combo. Not really bothered with bigger Tablets that are less comfy to use in my hands.
So, this looks to be a nice performer but I only want something slightly bigger than a Kindle to read books, browse with.
Good: Good specs
Bad: No 3G and could be lighter in colour
Comment: Nice unit pity about it being a drab black colour.
Good: Price, screen resolution, size, 16:9
Comment: The feature sound great, especially for this price, if it gets good review I will almost certainly get one, but it's just a shame that it doesn't really look as good as the iPad does it?
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