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Google Nexus 10 Review - Features, Issues and more

After a good long wait, I finally got my Nexus 10 32 GB Wi-Fi tablet day before yesterday. Here are my review comments and observations about this device. All ratings are based on comparison with the new iPad. Design (Rating: 4/5) Thin. I am really impressed by the thickness of this device. The 1.9 MP front facing camera is situated on the longer side of the tablet. When held horizontally with the front camera on top, the thickness tapers from top to bottom. The power and volume buttons are on the top. The stereo speakers are on either side of the shorter side. All these indicate that the device is supposed to be held horizontally for normal use. Includes a microUSB charger. It has a magnetic pogo pin charger port which I think is cool (but the charger does not come standard and has to be bought separately). It has a 3.5 mm headphone jack. One cool feature (which exists in the entire Nexus family) is the small LED located at the bottom which slowly flashes white when there is an em