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The iPad's battery looks better on paper
Cameras look pretty close
Google and Samsung have taken the iPad's title as highest-resolution mainstream tablet
How does the Google/Samsung Nexus 10 compare to Apple's 4th-generation iPad?
The new Jellybean has some new features, but can it make up for the App Store's superior tablet app library?
The Nexus 10 (probably) doubles the iPad's RAM
Apart from the iPad's 64GB option, we're all even here
The Nexus 10 is a bit lighter than the iPad 4
For now, the Nexus 10 is Wi-Fi only
Like many of the iPad's rivals, Nexus 10 is intended as a landscape tablet
The A6X should be a screamer, but Samsung's Exynos is no slouch either
Google is evolving. Though Android is still licensed to countless manufacturers, the company is stepping up production of its flagship Nexus products. The devices, close collaborations with hardware vendors to promote new versions of Android, have been multiplied in number. This year, Google has released (at least) one new Nexus smartphone, and two Nexus tablets. The higher-end of Google's tablets - the Nexus 10 - is designed to go toe-to-toe with the iPad. How does it compare to Apple's market-leading slate? Let's take a look …
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