After many leaks, Google have just made the Nexus 10 official, a 10-inch tablet made in collaboration with Samsung.
The Nexus 10 has a crazy 2560x1600 resolution display. That's 300 pixels per inch! That blows the iPad screen out of the water. There is no word on any other specific specs but Google say in their press release that you'll be able to get 9 hours of video playback, 500 hours of standby and there are front-facing stereo speakers.
However one of the best features is Android 4.2 which actually lets you have different user accounts. Just like a computer, you can share the tablet with many people and they can all have their own user accounts with their files and settings. This alone is a huge winner.
The device is going to be on sale via the Play Store on the 13th of November. No confirmed pricing for the UK market, but for the US the device will be selling for $399 for the 16GB version and $499 for the 32GB. These prices are well below it's main competitor the iPad (4th generation) which should entice a lot more customers.
Google have just put the Nexus 10 up on the Play Store and have released some more specs.
It'll weigh 603g, 2GB of RAM, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, dual-core 1.7Ghz processor, will be 8.9m thick, have a micro HDMI port and a whopping 9000mAh battery.