Reviews and Problems with Samsung Google Nexus 10 / GT-P8110
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An okay tablet. Wished I'd stuck with iPad.
Britten J Pipher, Amazon
3 August 2014
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.
Summary: Twice now I have ordered a BRAND NEW Google Nexus 10 and gotten one that has been opened (the security tpe that signifies that the product is new and that says "Do not accept this product if this is broken" has been cut, and the second time, they had even put a white sticker over that label and the...
mine arrived uncharged and unchargeable - a pity since the tablet itself is probably great
IanO "Music is the food of life.....", Amazon
5 April 2014
Summary: I bought this with great hopes, wanted to change from Apple products, but unfortunately this one arrived uncharged and unchargeable, so returned it. In the end I went for a Samsung alternative, and am very pleased with that.
Summary: I ordered a Nexus 10 to replace a three year old iPad 2 that I thought was dead (turned out it wasn't). I have a Samsung S3 phone and Chrome is my default browser on my Windows desktop so it made sense to use an Android tablet. Like anything, there are pro's and con's: Pro's It was easy to set up.
Summary: Just got this tablet today and very dissapointed by Electronics Basket. Upon unboxing the tablet I had noticed the seals where missing. You could tell they where once there. Then I noticed everything including the box was all in Spanish. So I could not even read the manual.
Summary: I bought this to use alongside the iPad 3 I've had for a while, so here's a quick comparison of those two products: - Performance of the Nexus seems good, perhaps the best available on the Android platform based on the comparison shopping I did.
Summary: i bought the Nexus 10 as an alternate to the iPad because i was sick to death of iTunes for file transfer and the fact that the only way to get files into and out of the ipad is through itunes...
Summary: So here is my review of the Nexus 10. First off this tablet deserves a 5 star rating but who believes a 5 star rating anyway with all of the trolls. The review, the tablet is lighter than the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 (my wife has one). The tablet is made for media.
Great tablet, but too many small flaws to overlook
11 January 2013
Summary: I bought the 32G version of this tablet 6 weeks ago and have been enjoying it, for the MOST part. I will not cover anything spec-related (processor, lack of SD card slot, brilliant screen, etc) but will focus on my general user experience. Let's start with the good.