Reviews and Problems with Samsung Google Nexus 10 / GT-P8110
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A good product for the price
28 March 2015
Summary: As others have mentioned, it does tend to need a re-start fairly often. And,yes, charging takes a long time, but it lasts a long time when charged as well. Neither of these things has been too big a problem for me. A good product for the price.
Summary: I bought this at price of 319 which was good deal. its 10 inches and best resolution in its category. Before buying this I checked Samsung 10 inches tablet in Costco, but I found nexus 10 to be much better in terms of resolution and speed.
Summary: Image quality and performance is fantastic but if you have any ambient noise, speakers are useless. My note II phone is twice as loud. Overall it is a great bang for a buck but carry a good headphone if you are out.
Great product when running but subject to unexpected crashing.
Charles Carver, Amazon
28 January 2014
Summary: This product works great, image quality and speed are superb. My only gripe is that it will crash unexpectedly and and auto-reboot, although this is not frequent and not that much of a issue. It might be a KitKat issue that will be fixed with future updates.
Summary: pros about android is a freedom apple cannot deliver. smooth and powerful Cons? more crashes, freezes and stuff. Not very often, but the you will notice the difference if you previously owned an ipad. overall very nice tablet. will recommend it.
Summary: I was anxious about this purchase--I'm usually an Apple guy, and with the Nexus 10 being so significantly cheaper, I thought I'd be getting what I paid for and would have a tablet that didn't stack up to the others in the market.
Summary: Overall I like it, but in certain area Ipad is better Pros Android Jelly bean platform: I like this feature over Ipad because I am leaning towards one account for all (google account) Screen resolution is pretty good Dislikes: Slower than Ipad Freezes up often Stand/cover accessory: I like Ipad's...
Summary: I don't have a smartphone and have never done all that "swiping", so this is a big change from my iMac. I'm getting to like it more as I get used to it, although it seems overly dedicated to "social media" in which I have no interest.