Reviews and Problems with Samsung Google Nexus 10 / GT-P8110
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I find the tablet very useful when I want to quickly check something because it ...
Old McFrugal, Amazon
2 weeks ago
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...
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.
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.
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.
I think I prefer this over the most recent Note 10.1
George Chiang "GC", Amazon
1 July 2014
Summary: I had the latest Nexus 10 as well as a Note 3. I love my Note 3! I really liked my Nexus 10 but it doesn't have the S Pen. So I recently upgraded to a Note 10.1 2014 and sold off my Nexus 10 well below what I paid for it. I am trying to love the Note 10.1, however, I think the Nexus 10 functions better as a tablet, and I'm wishing my Note 10 functioned more like the Nexus 10 that I sold.
Summary: Prompt service, excellent product. One reservation: The tablet was advertised as new, but the box clearly had been opened and the plastic wrapper around the tablet was not neatly folded. It is running as if it were new, but I wish it hadn't looked used upon arrival.
Bang for buck, this is the tablet you but for yourself and others.
29 May 2014
Summary: This is a fast, simple tablet that doesn't have a lot of your storage filled up with software. It's fairly light, and the rubberized grip on the back makes holding it a lot easier than some smooth tablets I have used. This is a dual core tablet, and it blows the doors off my quad core tegra2 tablet, which was a lot more expensive.