The Nexus 10 is pretty much the exact same tablet that all the leaks indicated. It has the higher-than-iPad screen resolution, runs Android 4.2 on an Exunos CPU with a Mali T604 graphics chip. The cameras are 5MP and 1.9MP, and this tablet also has front-facing stereo speakers, NFC chips on the front and the back of the tablet, HDMI out, and USB Host.
This tablet will hit Google Play alongside the new Nexus 7 on 13 November. Retail is $399 for the 16GB model, and $499 for the 32GB model.
It sounds great, but I wouldn't get one. There's no card slot, and leaving aside the issue of not being able to expand the storage, I know that the way I would use the Nexus 10would require one.
On occasion, I like to swap cards between my camera, tablet, and laptop. This is sometimes the fastest way to transfer files, and it's generally something I only do while on the go and in a hurry. It 's better than having to yank out the cables, untangle them, and hook everything together.
The Nexus 10 has no card slot, so that's just not possible. I might as well get an iPad.It's only $100 and arguably has a better CPU.