"Nexus 10 is the newest tablet from Google. With the world’s highest resolution tablet display, all new multi-user support, immersive HD content and the best Google apps – Nexus 10 has something for everyone".
Hardware:The Nexus 10 is Google’s answer to Apple’s latest event on 23rd October 2012, complete with stereo speakers, front and rear cameras, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 2GB Ram and either 16 or 32GB storage options. This impressive hardware boats behind a 2560-by-1600 pixel display, boasting the highest resolution of any tablet on the market with a pixel density of 300 pixel per inch, far greater than the iPad’s 264 ppi equivalent. Apple’s ‘Retina’ branding doesn’t seem all that impressive anymore.
However, the device is missing 3G or 4G LTE connectivity, meaning you’ll need to tether the tablet to a mobile hotspot or internet connected smartphone whenever a WiFi connection is unavailable. It’s possible Google will add 3G/4G models at some point in the future, like they have with the Nexus 7, but until then it’s WiFi only unfortunately
The price sails from £319 for 16GB Nexus, direct from Google's online store. That’s £80 cheaper than Apple’s cheapest fourth generation iPad. At £389 for the 32GB model, the price difference increases even further to £90 in the UK and if that is enough to buy one here is the link for you to pre-order http://goo.gl/r1VNT from Google play store.
It is too early for judgement if this tablet stands out among other tablets, however, when you combine the Nexus 10’s price, power, technology and multi-user support, Google really have built a tablet that goes toe-to-toe with other devices in the current market but we will be waiting to see how well the Nexus 10 fares against the others this holiday season.