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I have been combing through most of the problems that people have been having with the Nexus 10 in this thread (i.e. stuttering, heat throttling, freezes, etc). The hardware within the nexus 10 is not at fault, it is Android 4.2.1 and the stock kernel that everyone is operating on. I would suggest rooting and installing a custom kernal atleast, or even a custom kernal + rom combination. Currently I run AOKP + KTmanta and I have none of the issues that have been presented in this thread. Oh, nevermind I lied... I don't have a SD card slot, but I do have an OTG cable and it works great smile.gif
Edited by Doogiehouser - 2/9/13 at 12:57pm
post #142 of 144
I went threw 3 Nexus 10's all had terrible back light bleed on all corners. Made looking at dark webpages really bad. After the 3rd one I gave up.
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Hopefully KLP would fix some of the issues in Jellybean.
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Originally Posted by Holy Chicken View Post

Steelbom I noticed that it says PC gamer under you name awhile ago and I cant stop wondering why you are such a mac fanboy if you are in fact a pc gamer? And I would have to agree with koehler on this one. While the iPad4 does indeed have a very nice screen, the screen on the nexus 10 is in fact much sharper and makes reading small text very pleasant. I would even say that it looks exactly like reading a magazine would look. And the fact that it is 16:10 ratio compared to the 4:3 ratio on the iPad4 makes it a much better screen to watch movies on because it does not have the letterbox effect that the iPad 4. It can also play 1440p movies which, if Apple continues to use their outdated aspect ratio, an iPad will never be able to do.
I'm just reading through this thread, and it is funny that you mention the aspect ratio.

The aspect ratio is what is keeping me from buying an android tablet and making me consider an Ipad. Sorry to say, but pdfs look better in 4:3.
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