BY admin | November 17, 2012
Google Nexus 10 tab is available on Staples for pre-order right now. Meanwhile Nexus 10 is going to give tough fight to iPad 4th generation
Google’s 10 inch tablet Nexus 10 is now coming to more and more markets. Staples is set to begin the pre-order for the tablet from today and your should hurry to order it first otherwise you will feel disappointed as all Google products be it Nexus 7, latest Google smart-phone nexus 4 have been sold out within hours of the launch. In both USA and UK, Nexus 4 went out of Google Play within half an hour of its launch and people who failed to order it will have to wait for at least another week for it.
The tablet from Google that comes with better than Retina display 2,560-by-1,600 display with 330 PPI has taken many Apple fans by surprise. They had not thought that there would be a tablet that will break this Retina display hype so soon. So far Retina display was a benchmark and everything that didn’t come with Retina display was unworthy of attention. But since its launch it is attracting unprecedented attention from tech mavens and tablet fans.
People are actually curious to know as to how this improvement in display quality will improve their reading and video watching experience. But there are others –obviously Apple fans –who have tried to create suspicion in the minds of common tech fans by saying the difference wouldn’t be visible for common users and naked eyes cannot differentiate between a retina display and a much more improved 2,560-by-1,600 display with 330 pixels per inch that comes with Google Nexus 7.
Now that the dust has settled, how will the market react to these major changes? In particular, how will the smaller iPad fare against Nexus 7, and will the Nexus 10 and Surface RT be able to dent Apple’s lead in the tablet market?
The tablet market is undergoing a complete transformation. Android seems to be on an unprecedented rise given the monumental changes taking place in technology and the product quality of Android tablets. Nexus 10 and 7 have taken the tab market by storm. Notwithstanding the launch of Surface, Android tablets are the main attraction and Google’s latest Nexus 10 is among the most talked about tab available in the market right now. A year ago, the iPad was the only really viable tablet, with offerings from rivals falling way behind on software, hardware and ecosystem. No wonder that they were failing terribly. But the year later the situation has changed drastically. Google’s releases after Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, have made it competitive on the software front. ICE brought design enhancements that gave Android the same refined look that users had come to expect from Apple. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean brought speed, smoothness, and Google Now, and Android 4.2 “the added flavour of Jelly Bean”, allows more than one user to log into the tablet.
From today you can pre-order this tablet from Staples that will be selling the 32GB Nexus 10 version for as low as $499. The Nexus 10 comes loaded with dual-core A15 chip, 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera. Latest Android OS 4.2 Jelly Bean runs the tablet and makes it a truly worthy tab to own.