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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by jaydemir, Jul 6, 2013.

  1. jaydemir

    jaydemir Newbie
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    I currently own a nexus 7 and an HP laptop.

    I was thinking of selling both and getting a 10 inch powerhouse for basically anything I would need. My only regret is androids utter lack of decent mmorpg games. Aside from that I don't see a reason to own a laptop.

    My question is, what kind of tablet?

    Should I get a nexus 10? Galaxy note 10? I want something powerful for gaming that can also seemlessly run Google docs.

    Should I get it with a mobile data plan? Any advice otherwise?

    I'm looking for power, good pix quality,expandable memory if possible, USB and Bluetooth, mini HDMI or micro USB to HDMI compatibility, you know, the essentials. Battery life is good too.

    I like being in the Google ecosystem which is why I'm not thinking about getting a surface rt.

    Any feedback is helpful, mainly what should I get?
     



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  2. funkylogik

    funkylogik share the love peeps ;)

    Between those two its a hard decision tbh. I think the Note has a stylus and has expandable storage but the nexus doesnt?
    The nexus will be kept up to date with the latest android versions though
     
  3. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    As for selling your laptop, it depends entirely on what types of things you do in your laptop. In some ways, a tablet just doesn't cut it.
     
  4. AndroidFan911

    AndroidFan911 Member

    I would stick to the Nexus. Might be worthwhile to look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 inch released yesterday in the U.S. as well - the specs are however in my opinion a bit suspect, as there are many "droid" manufacturers in the east with better specs - obviously with Samsung you have a first world after care support structure in place.
     
  5. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    The Tab 3 is a midrange device. You'll have to wait for the Note 10.1 successor if you want to of the line.
     
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