Nexus 10 falls just short of iPad 4 in benchmark comparisons
The Nexus 10 has already been dubbed an “iPad killer” (how many times have we heard that before?), but according to a recent benchmark comparison, it falls below the iPad 4 in nearly every performance category. It’s interesting to see that the Nexus 10 fares very well in comparison to some of the top smartphones of the day, but it can’t take the crown for the tablet world just yet. You can check out some of the benchmark results in the gallery below.
So do these results surprise you? Do they have any effect on which tablet you’re going to buy? Let us know in the comments!
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