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How many movies do need in the go? No more then 2-3. The rest you can stream when you are at home.
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Back when i had my 3GS i had a heart attack when i realised one of my games was 200MB, now 200MB Is small?! I guess i need to get back in the loop...
Haha yeah. That's pretty small today. In a year games might even make the 3GB barrier. I wonder what Infinity Blade: Dungeons will be? It's taking such a long time tongue.gif
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How many movies do need in the go? No more then 2-3. The rest you can stream when you are at home.
Personally I like to keep at least half a dozen, but even three of them can take up a fair amount of space at 4-5GB a pop.
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Haha yeah. That's pretty small today. In a year games might even make the 3GB barrier. I wonder what Infinity Blade: Dungeons will be? It's taking such a long time tongue.gif
Personally I like to keep at least half a dozen, but even three of them can take up a fair amount of space at 4-5GB a pop.

Well the thing with movies i cant re-watch them so i dont keep them in my iPad. I rematch stuff like Top Gear and thats in my PC. Its also how you use the Tab and what for. Mine is always @ Home. Some people take it with them.
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Well the thing with movies i cant re-watch them so i dont keep them in my iPad. I rematch stuff like Top Gear and thats in my PC. Its also how you use the Tab and what for. Mine is always @ Home. Some people take it with them.
Ah yeah. I re-watch certain movies (mostly comedies). Mine is also often at home.
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The high end games are up to 2GB each uncompressed (installed). For example Modern Combat 4 is 2GB, N.O.V.A 3 is 1.8GB, Infinity Blade 2 is 1.2GB and Galaxy On Fire 2 HD is 1.1GB. The middle range games I have mostly range from 300-700MB and the low end games mostly from 50MB-200MB. I'd normally have 10-15 of those high end games. So I've had to pick a few of the best. Same for middle range games as well. At the moment I have 20.7GB used and 7.6GB free.
I'm more comfortable with 64GB of space, but I still run out quickly. With 128GB I'd be pretty much right. For non-gamers 16GB would be plenty though. My mini is my portable gaming device.

You play too many games then.

Most movies are about 1GB. That means the Nexus 10 can fit in about 30 movies taking into account the initial software and extra programs.
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You play too many games then.
Uh no? I have an iPad so I can play little games whenever I want. There's a lot of good ones, and I want to be able to choose from them.
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Most movies are about 1GB. That means the Nexus 10 can fit in about 30 movies taking into account the initial software and extra programs.
Well 720p movies from iTunes (which are pretty low quality in comparison to your own rips) range from 1.2-1.5GB and 1080p range from 3-4GB, the latter being relevant on the 10 inch 1080+ tablets we're talking about.
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You play too many games then.
Most movies are about 1GB. That means the Nexus 10 can fit in about 30 movies taking into account the initial software and extra programs.

When you think about it, those 1GB movies wouldn't be as good for the 1440p screen.
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great specs, but the desing is horrible and it looks really cheap

no SD slot is a no go too
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great specs, but the desing is horrible and it looks really cheap
no SD slot is a no go too

It does look cheap but it is really nice to hold. The rubber like back makes it really gripy and I never have to work about scratches.

SD slot depends on usage. I don't keep a lot of stuff on my tablet, maybe one movie one big games at a time. I can just plug it in to transfer files.
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great specs, but the desing is horrible and it looks really cheap
no SD slot is a no go too

The Nexus 10 doesn't look cheap at all.

The Nexus 7 looks cheaper.
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