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Thinking of getting one for myself and was wondering if anyone here owns one and how you'd rate/review it. Probably just going to get the 16gig version. Not sure if it's worth going for the full 32gig.
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Why not just go with an ipad? If youre already spending that much may as well get the real deal. I like my ipad a lot but I will say this: its not really a computer if u didnt already know. To me its more like an entertainment supertoy, which can also be used for work or other research. Very frustrating that u cant even attach a doc to email and no port for a flashdrive. But overall i like it. Sorry i cant give u input on nexus.
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I've had apple products before. The lack of flash support is the primary factor in avoiding an ipad. Plus, the 16g nexus 10 is only $399. Better display on the nexus, as well. And yeah, I know about the not really a computer thing. Worked in IT for the last 17 years. Plus, I really like the android OS.
I did not know nexus and android are on the same OS. I have an android 3 and I do like it considerably better than my wife's IPhone 4.
Yeah, I have a samsung galaxy s3, myself and absolutely love it (the google nexus tablet is actually produced by samsung and sold under the google name brand). I would get the samsung galaxy tab 2 but it's somewhat underpowered. Rumor is they are coming out with a beefier version, but I don't want to wait 4-6 months for it.
This post was edited by AUFanInLou 18 months ago
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