by Joe Levi | November 21, 2012 12:34 PM
We just barely unboxed the Nexus 10 and we're already comparing it to its siblings. Just how does it stack up against the Nexus 7 and the first "Google Tablet", the Motorola Xoom? Nexus 10 The latest tablet from Google, the Nexus 10, is amazingly light, but very easy to hold. It's got type of plastic on the back that's incredibly "grippy" -- so much so that you can place the tablet flat on your palm and tilt it over 45-degrees before it skids off your hand. It's also got a nicely-sized bezel for resting your thumbs (when you're not trying to impress your friends with the "grippiness ...
by Joe Levi | November 12, 2012 11:21 AM
Ever since the Nexus One, Google has had a device to show off what Android is -- in its purist form. Specifications on these devices haven't been earth-shattering, but they've certainly packed enough power to let the Android OS shine. Generally speaking, these Nexi also featured a new component or two that eventually become commonplace in other devices (NFC, barometer, etc.). Recently Google has also used their "Nexus" line to demonstrate how higher-end phones and tablets can be offered inexpensively (at least if you're in the U.S.A.) through their own Play Store. Up until recently there's ...
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