Reviews and Problems with Samsung Google Nexus 10 / GT-P8110
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really sad battery life
22 October 2014
Summary: this is a really sad device. I got it b/c I liked my nexus 7, and thought this would be just like it, only bigger. sooo wrong. battery dead in 4-5 hours, takes 12 hrs or more to recharge. even discharges rapidly in sleep mode. loaded only one game, volume off, Bluetooth off, screen at minimum brightness--there is no hope for it. continues to discharge even if you try to play plugged into wall socket.
Summary: As with many other reviewers, I, too, now own a paperweight. With Google's latest update, my device (WiFi only) cannot achieve anything faster than 1mbps. It's worse than the old 56k modems. Before the update, I was around 25mbps. Oddly, the upload speeds are unaffected. Numerous work-around/fixes found online involve the Location Settings, WiFi optimization, and clearing the cache. None of these fixes have worked for me.
plus reboot my home wireless system that works fine with every other wireless product I have
Amazon Customer, Amazon
12 September 2014
Summary: The update Google sent out late last year (2013) ruined this tablet. It reboots several times a day, and then I have to totally set up my internet connection on the tablet, plus reboot my home wireless system that works fine with every other wireless product I have. Google provided no way to set the tablet back to how it used to work, and offers no fix for what it did with a faulty update, so along with many others I am stuck with a malfuctioning tablet.
Summary: battery seems ok, however, cannot compete with ipad, still. process is power enough not bad overview performance/cost , however, android system still lack neat app compare with ios system. maybe it's because the compatibility issue , since app developer need to test for much more systemsthan apple's io. maybe google need to consider this issue and roll out some improvement in the further release of android system...
There's a few things I like most about the items direct from Google
11 August 2014
Summary: This is the 3rd Google d... no 4th Google device I've owned. Two phones, this, and Chromecast. I've owned countless other phones and tablets. There's a few things I like most about the items direct from Google: 1) No bloatware. No added programs from your phone company that you can't get rid of / can't uninstall.
Summary: This tablet is so awesome for several reasons. Watching movies and viewing photos is great because of the 10 inch screen and it's so high definition, no pixelation at all. Everything is totally sharp. Also, the front facing speakers rock. I got a good deal on this so it was soooooo worth the money. There may be faster cpu's out now, but this tablet can handle everything i throw at it. No lag.
Summary: I like the tablet, but there are somethings that make is hard to use. Pros: The large screen makes is easy to use. The processor can keep up with most tasks. Android... That's it... Strong construction Cons: The battery... oh dear Gandhi the battery... When using the tablet on the lowest brightness, and just watching something in LQ, I can watch the battery drop like a stone.
Summary: No major problems. I would describe this tablet as "usable," but it fails to really impress me. Performance is OK most of the time but there are times when things will lag. I'm not talking about games or HD video either. Just ordinary operations like switching from lock screen to home, or between apps. I also run into a complete lockup everyone once in awhile where I have to do hard a reset. When I bought this, I was on the fence.
Great value for a 10 inch tablet with an ultra high quality display.
1 August 2014
Summary: I was asked by my 11 year old granddaughter to help her buy a new tablet to replace her old one. She had $200.00 to spend and her priorities were a 10 inch screen as she loves to watch Netflix and play games and use the various art and drawing Apps. I soon found that 10 inch tablets at that price were not going to have high def screens and most were going to be the older 1.2 gz tegra processors. So I decided to add $100.00 to her money and started looking.