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 View Poll Results: What will do with your N10?

Keep it
 
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Give it so someone, as I have other 10" tablets
 
1 Vote(s)
1.75%
Switch to Sony Xperia Tablet Z/Z2
 
1 Vote(s)
1.75%
Switch to Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1/12.0
 
0 Vote(s)
0%
Switch to Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
 
2 Vote(s)
3.51%
Switch to LG G Pad 10.1
 
0 Vote(s)
0%
Switch to Microsoft Surface (RT or Pro)
 
1 Vote(s)
1.75%
Switch to iPad (either model)
 
0 Vote(s)
0%
Switch to a smaller display size entirely
 
3 Vote(s)
5.26%
Other (please comment below)
 
3 Vote(s)
5.26%

What will you do when Google drops the N10?

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25th June 2014, 07:05 PM |#11  
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Looks like we may have been officially/unofficially retired. No mention of the Nexus 10 in the Android L preview announcement. Looks like it's 4.4.4, which is still fine by me

Well that's only preview. Maybe the actual release will come
 
 
26th June 2014, 06:30 AM |#12  
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I'm still happy with mine. An Xperia Tablet Z2 with Nexus branding would get me to upgrade. Nothing else I have seen looks more interesting than my Nexus 10.

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1st July 2014, 03:12 AM |#13  
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Wait... Op the tab has 2 GB of ram. What bottlenecks our tablets is the GPU.

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2nd July 2014, 12:23 AM |#14  
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I'll keep mine until it dies or I'll give to my son if something really good comes out that I really want

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3rd July 2014, 06:21 PM |#15  
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Looks like we may have been officially/unofficially retired. No mention of the Nexus 10 in the Android L preview announcement. Looks like it's 4.4.4, which is still fine by me

When the nexus 10 is no longer listed in the Google Play store then I'll believe it will not be updated with a Nexus 2.
When a tablet is no going to be produced it gets removed from the store.
The fact that it is still there leads me to believe something is still up with it.
But I'll keep mine.
5th July 2014, 12:37 AM |#16  
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I'm not changing my N10 until Nvidia comes out with a quad core Denver CPU, a Maxwell GPU and at least 4gb of RAM, so most likely at some point in the next year.
6th July 2014, 04:36 AM |#17  
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Looks like we should be getting the next upgrade. It will extend the life for another year easy. And then count on many devs out there that will do their best to bring future releases. Remember the hp touchpad? It went from gb and now I think is running kk.

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6th July 2014, 05:31 AM |#18  
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I'll keep it for sure. A tablet is not something I'm willing to upgrade as often as my phone.

With a little tweaking this tablet performs really well (custom ROM and kernel, over clocking CPU and GPU). From where I stand, the only thing holding the N10 back somewhat is its 2GB of ram. If it had shipped with 3GB its performance and multitasking would improve tenfold. Although ram management was drastically improved with kit Kat and I can't wait to see what android L does performance wise.

Non the less, I still enjoy it very much!
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24th July 2014, 04:16 PM |#19  
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I love my N10 and will keep it long after it's "retired". It does everything I want it to do. Once it's retired, it will still do everything I want it to do.

I browse, email, and read books on it - that's basically it. I don't care about the latest games or apps.

I know I'm not the typical user though.
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