Reviews and Problems with Samsung Google Nexus 10 / GT-P8110
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Purchased Refurbished & Item Looks and Smells New: Be Warned: Read Below!
1 week ago
Summary: I currently own a Nexus 7 2nd Generation; I played around a bit with the Nexus 10 and find my N7 to be more suiting for me. The N7 just feels like its running faster overall. I won't take anything from the seller, I feel like I've gotten a brand new device although I purchased it refurbished (1-2 Day Shipping FTW). The only complaint is that when I was loading YouTube videos, they wouldn't play any higher than 360p.
Summary: I like it a lot for light surfing in bed, I don't use it for too much else. You MUST get a Pogo cable for charging- it's just so convenient. I compared this to a Samsung tablet before buying as I have a Samsung phone, and what really drew me to the Nexus is it doesn't have all the Samsung useless software on it. My next phone may be a Nexus for that reason.
I find the tablet very useful when I want to quickly check something because it ...
Old McFrugal, Amazon
13 December 2014
Summary: This is my first tablet pc. I see that the price has gone up quite a bit since I bought it. I find the tablet very useful when I want to quickly check something because it is so much faster than waiting for my laptop to boot up, something I do several times per day. Several Android updates have already arrived, one of which caused my extensive bookmarks pages to disappear which had me frustrated until I found a Nexus-users blog where others had the same experience and...
I really don't hate it since I returned it without testing it
D. L R, Amazon
3 December 2014
Summary: Well, I really don't hate it since I returned it without testing it. It appears that some of the resellers are selling used Nexus 10s or opened Nexus 10s as NEW! My box had the tamper seal broken but it was even worse than that. The vendor carefully covered the "tamper seal" with a white sticker and resold it again. I saw both the white sticker ripped open as well as the real "security seal" ripped open.
Summary: Does pretty much anything I want. I was thrown off by it's lack of packaging and items that came with it very minimal. It bothered me at first and seemed inconvenient but then I realized the power cord that came with it plugged into my computer. Went out on the line trusting Google to give me what I wanted, and they knew what I wanted before I did. Rarely crashes, updates with ease, no problems with the google play store yet.
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: Warning! Do not buy the Nexus 10! I made the mistake of buying one a year ago to replace my aging iPad (which I gave to my grandson). I wanted to get out from under Apple control, so I looked for something that wasn’t an iPad. This looked like a good alternative. Almost a year to the day that I first got it, this tablet died on me and would not start up again. I started noticing that it was acting up over the last few months.