Loving my Nexus 10 tablet

I've been lucky enough to receive a prototype Nexus 10 a few months ago to help testing. Thank you Google!
And, until recently, I did not float my boat. Why? Well, my Motorola Xoom is pretty good too (and also on a fresh recent Android Build), and it was not very stable, being a new device that is still in Prototype stage.
BUT, this all changed... all except for the Xoom that is still a great device, and now the preferred media player in our house (that also have a Windows Media Center machine connected to the big TV).

What changed? The Nexus 10 got the latest Android bits which is just soooo sweet and smooth, and I'm now allowed to take it out of the office, and suddenly it's real value came to light. Being office bound (and pre-release) just limited the value so much. Now that I can read on the train, and productively clean my inbox AND create content (the keyboard is awesome), craft responses, plan the day productively... it's beautiful. The screen is fantastic. At first I thought it's not important, but it is. (Thanks Apple for proving this earlier.)

All in all, I'm very happy with it, and I just discovered that it does charge from the USB port as well (at least my pre-production model does), so that gives me even more hours of work while travelling.

If I did not already have two 10" Android tablets, I would have been tempted to buy one. (Now, I'm only tempted to buy the 7" with a price point that just seems ridiculous  :) )

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