Numerous companies have shown that it’s easy to make a 10.1″ Android tablet that’s crude and uninteresting. With the Nexus 10, Google and its hardware partner Samsung have finally shown that it’s also possible to make one that’s slick and enjoyable. The $399 tablet is thin and light, and it sports a screen which out-Retinas the iPad with a 2560-by-1600 resolution. But the best thing about this Nexus is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the snappiest, slickest, most generally pleasant version of Google’s operating system to date. The big downside is a festering Android-tablet limitation: There just aren’t enough good apps.
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