Pros Performance, tablet feel, jellybean 4.2.1, price, and SCREEN!!
Cons The charging time needs improvement. Rebooted a couple times on me.
Summary First of the performance was surprising, really smooth navigation through out the tablet. The grippy rubber back feels really really good. The price makes it a steal, for both 16 & 32gb models. And note the best part is the screen! The 300 PPI resolution looks so crisp, specially when reading books and watching videos. This is truly one of the best, if not the best tablet out there.
Pros Screen, Price, Battery Life, Apps(but they need to optimized), Nexus platform, and quick updates.
Cons No SD card slot, but not a huge deal. Slow to charge.
Summary This tablet is great. I love it. Best Christmas present I have received. I am not a Google or Apple love, I just love good products. I had an Iphone 4 and now I have an Galaxy Nexus phone, which prompted me to try the Nexus 10. This will last me year. No slow down whatsoever, buttery smooth transition. Love it. No one would regret buying this. I have 600 books on here and no dent in the storage space, couple hundred apps, and a movie. Still 11 gigs of space. I only have 16gb, sorta wish I had 32gb but I can stream the music from Play Music. I love it.
Pros The bigger screen helps when reading, watching movies, and streaming the web. It is fast, the battery life is fair I got more than 10 hours out of it running multiple apps, web browsing, and some occasional videos. Camera quality is fair.
Cons While the plastic back is very comfortable it does leave fingerprints behind it's not a problem for me, but for others it may be an issue. Other than that it is an amazing tablet for a reasonable price.
Pros Powerful processor
Cons No 3G/4G option
No expandable storage
Summary The Google Nexus 10 is clearly a brilliant tablet. It's got top-end specs at a mid-range price; that alone makes it deserving of attention. Add to that a generally stunning screen and near faultless performance and it really does start to look like an iPad beater.
The iPad no longer boasts the highest resolution screen around and is left looking overpriced, while iOS 6 is starting to seem a bit old hat compared to Android 4.2. But it still tops the Nexus 10 for depth of colour; it's got a much more premium build and is available with more storage and 3G connectivity.
Pros -The screen... clearly
-Snappy, fluid UI that is easy even for first time android users
-Lightweight with curved edges that make it a joy to hold
-Soft rubberized back that give it a great grip
-Google Play store's wide seliction
Cons -Gets a little warm with extended play of graphic intensive games
-Hard to get your hands on one because they are selling so fast
Summary I could not be any happier with this tablet! Although some dislike the lack of a microSD slot this finally forced me to buy a USB host cable (USB OTG) which expanded this devices functionality to a whole new world. If you have yet to make the leap to android now is the time. Trust me you will not be disappointed with what you discover.