Nexus 10 vs New iPad: Battery
Nexus 10: Packing a monstrous 9,000 mAh Lithium polymer battery, you can expect seven hours of web browsing time, 90 hours of music playback and an impressive nine hours enjoying video from your Android tablet.
New iPad: The Apple tablet should make it through the day with Apple promising 10 hours of battery life over Wi-Fi and nine hours over 3G/4G before you have to hook that Lightning connector up again, which is good news considering the comprehensive tech that has been packed inside.
Nexus 10 vs New iPad: Price
Nexus 10: Available in 16GB and 32GB flavours, the former will set you back £319 which is significantly less than the 16GB Wi-Fi only iPad 4. For the 32GB model the price jumps to £389 which is slightly cheaper than its iPad 4 Wi-Fi equivalent
New iPad: Kicking off with the 16GB Wi-Fi only model, those looking to snap up the iPad 4 will need to part with £399 with those requiring 32GB or 64GB of internal storage having to splurge £479 and £559 respectively. On the Wi-Fi + 3G front, wannabe iPad 4 owners looking to access the web at will need to part with £499, £579 or £659 depending on their choice of 16GB, 32GB or 64GB storage options.
Nexus 10 vs New iPad: Verdict
So comes out on the specs shootout? Well, there is clearly not much between the two tablets. From the screen technology to power, the Nexus 10 has the potential to go toe-to-toe with the latest iPad, but some might be disappointed that there is no 3G/4G support and seems to have followed the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 2 in the design department.
Specs are irrelevant if it’s not backed up by the performance and as we are yet to get our hands on time with the Nexus 10 or the new iPad it’s impossible to make a judgement on which one is better. What we can say is that the Nexus 10 clearly has the features (and the price) to be an iPad conqueror.
Nexus 10 or New iPad? Which one would you buy? Let us know in the comments section below.