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Not a long time ago, Apple was the reigning Supreme in the Tablet sector. The iPad was virtually unchallenged and with its unbeatable features and supreme quality standards the iPad was lapped up by its fans who were not very concerned with the stiff price tag which the device carried. However things have changed a lot and the launch of medium sized tablets from Amazon and Google has slowed down the galloping sales of ipad. Apple has also launched a medium sized tablet, the iPad Mini which is selling well till the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 was launched. Both the devices had a price tag which was $100 less than the iPad and iPad Mini.
The Google Nexus 10 which has been built by Samsung happens to be the, most formidable competitor for the iPad. The Nexus 10 matches almost every feature equally if not more as compared to the iPad range.
The Nexus 10 bears a screen which 300dpi and 16:9 ratio and it is far ahead of the much touted Retina Display of the iPad. The screen bears a resolution of 2560 X 1600 and looks crisp and clear. The screen of the Nexus 10 is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 2. The device features a 5 megapixel rear and 1.9 megapixel camera on the front.
The device is powered by not one but two processors, a dual core processor and a quad core processor. The two conjoint processors make the Nexus 10 the snappiest and the quickest android tablet one has ever seen. Incidentally the Nexus 10 is thinner than the iPad. The 16:9 ratio is also optimum for viewing videos and the device also looks wider as compared to the iPad which features a screen of 4:3 ratio.
The iPad features the aluminum back panel which dulls on exposure to air and is very soft to the extent that it gets smudged and scratched quite easily. The Nexus 10 has a soft touch plastic back which looks very chic and regal. Another heads up for the Nexus 10 is its speakers which are front-facing and placed on each side of the screen. Thus the sound is directed to the front of the screen where the viewer is positioned.
The Nexus 10 has an imposing battery life and is at par with the iPad’s battery life. The Nexus 10 can be left un operated for days and the device hardly saps any power from the batteries.
The Nexus 10 features the latest Android Jelly bean. The users of Nexus 10 can rest assured that they are getting the purest and the latest Android OS. The Android OS is often taunted for its complexity as compared to the simplicity of the iOS. However it must be understood that the Android OS is very flexible and can do an array of amazing things which cannot be expected from the iOS. Just take a look at the features which the Android OS. Users can get a glance at their e-mails or calendar events on the unlocked screens. The Google Now is being touted to be better than the SIRI and the photosphere allows the user to 360 degree pictures.
Thus the Nexus 10 can be crowned as the best tablet and offers more value to its cost. Technically it is miles ahead of iPad and also has a very affordable and honest price. The screen is unmatched and so is the Android OS.
The Google Nexus 10 tablet is available right now directly from Google. The 16GB Wi-Fi version sells for $399.