Hands on with Google's Nexus 10 tablet
The Samsung-designed device is the first in the Nexus line to directly challenge the iPad
By Jon Gold | Network World US | Published: 17:44, 31 October 12
I know, I know – the term "iPad killer" is badly overused here in the world of tech media. But it’s tough to argue that the Samsung/Google Nexus 10 is aimed at anything but competing with Apple’s market-leading design directly. Here’s a look at the biggest and latest Nexus tablet.
The Nexus 10 looks to be roughly comparable to the latest iPad in terms of core hardware, with both devices running dual-core CPUs clocked above 1.5GHz and quad-core GPUs. However, Samsung and Google have packed 2GB of RAM into their device instead of the iPad’s 1GB, which could help multitasking performance.