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Default Nexus 10 Vs Note 10.1 Vs Note 10.1 2014

Hello,
I want buy a tablet. My first Table. I have got only a Samnsing Galaxy Note 2

In my country, i have found these prices:

Nexus 10 - 209,00
Note 10.1 - 229,00
Note 10.1 2014 - 419,00

The tablet will be used for Social Network, Internet Browsing, Music, Video (Low and High Definition)

I like a good display
I don't like lags

Which one do you recommend ?

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Okay, you're in the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 forum. If I had to guess and this is only a guess mind you, I think that most people here would take the 3rd option! The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014!

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The original Note 10.1 has a 147 PPI display which is pretty bad by today's standards. The Nexus 10 has a good display and even though it's old should be kept updated by Google. Its got an older processor and display design so even with a larger battery gets worse battery life than the N10.1-14. The N10.1-14 has a ton of features, especially for productivity, that the Nexus 10 doesn't. If you're not going to use them they won't provide a whole lot of of value. After the 4.4 update lag on the N10.1-14 is almost non-existent. It's also much thinner and lighter than the Nexus 10.



If you can swing the price difference, get the N10.1-14 (or Tab Pro 10). If not the Nexus 10 is still a fine device.
 
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I'd go with the Nexus 10 in your case. I have a Note 10.1 2014 after doing quite a bit of research on all 3(and Sony Z1), The reason I went with the Note 10.1 2014 is because of the note taking capabilities. The display and performance is easily the best of the three but there's no sense in purchasing the 2014 if you're not going to use these enhanced capabilities. If I wasn't going to use a tablet for productivity and wanted to save a good $150, I would have gone with the Nexus 10.
 
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re: display. the Note 10.1 (2014) has the best colour gamut of the three out of the box. and Samsung also allows for three colour modes (with varying degrees of colour accuracy).
 
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Thanks to all.

I have bought Nexus 10
 
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Good choice.

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i have foung galaxy tab pro at 320. An affair?

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