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Nexus 10 is suppose to appear next month...

Ah I guess that the one advertised is the older model. Oh well I went and bought the Nexus 7 32gb from Best Buy, cheaper than Amazon and same price as from Google.

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Ah I guess that the one advertised is the older model. Oh well I went and bought the Nexus 7 32gb from Best Buy, cheaper than Amazon and same price as from Google.

Did you buy the 2013 or 2012 model?

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Did you buy the 2013 or 2012 model?

2013, quad core 1900x1200 32gb

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For the Nexus 10 is the dual core fast enough? Find it odd that the 7 has a quad while the 10 has a dual. Just worry about it at that resolution. 2560x1600 cant be gentle on a dual core.
wish they offered something in between the 7 and 10 lol.

Nexus 10 has a Dual Core A15 CPU and an ARM Quad-Core Mali T604 GPU in it. The GPU offloads most of the 2560x1600 display processing. Nexus 7 (2012) has a NVidia Tegra-3 and a 12-core GeForce GPU. The Nexus 7 2013 model is supposed to be pretty fast compared to the 2012 one.

All of these high-resolution tablets are sporting a pretty decent GPU with them. They can easily handle the scaling of Android games, etc. without staggering.
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