Just use the adapter with a USB drive. Its really not that inconvenient. Still, I too would prefer larger capacity but a USB drive is MUCH cheaper than a larger Nexus 10 and i"m sure it won't have an SD card slot.
I just ordered that Galaxy Note 10.1 from last week. It shows delivered as of today so I'll check it out. I need space mostly for my fav movies that I should be able to watch anytime, regardless if wifi is available or not. Rumors has it that the SD card slot will be present in the "Nexus 11" but we'll see how that turns out. This has been the biggest deal breaker for me with most tablets. The USB idea is do-able also but seems like a bit of hassle - but it's still the next best thing...
You realize google subsidized the cost of that tablet. When it was first released, it had about $600 worth of hardware selling for $500 (or even as low as $400 if you went to 16 GB). It was the first tablet to support Jelly Bean (Android 4.1), and the first one to have that high of a pixel density. The Nexus 7 (while great) didn't have all the bells and whistles (especially the screen) that the Nexus 10 had.
That being said, I'm excited for the new Nexus 10. Whatever the specs are, odds are I'll purchase it once it's released.
Got anymore info on this? AKA why google would release a 10" tablet that cost $200 more to produce than what an ipad was retailing for?
New Nexus 10 will probably be released around November or December when the last nexus 10 was released. I bought the N10 on day 1 and still love it. I get about 10 hours of screen time per full charge on AOKP. Runs all games I throw at it without issue and is butter smooth.
In my opinion, this is an incredible deal. I paid $550 through google play store for my Nexus 10 32GB.
I just got the New Nexus 7 32GB for $215 (using the Staples coupon match and BB $25 off) and it is way nicer than the CM9 Touchpad I use everyday, but I can't deny that the drop in screen size is bugging me (especially with two status bars instead of one in ICS).
If I could get a 16GB Nexus 10 for ~$200 I would be a happy camper but I really don't see myself spending ~$400 on any tablet. Hopefully Google pushes pricing down on the new ones.
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