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Topic # 112892 26-Dec-2012 12:23
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Hi There!

I am looking to see if there is a better tablet than the Galaxy Tab 8.9 or GT 7.7 both of which I already own. 

I like the 8.9 Form Factor but the GT 7.7 Screen is way better. I would also like something faster and perhaps a higher def screen. If it had IR that would be awesome. Expansion slot would be nice but not essential.

I like the look of the Nexus 10, but it's also quite bulky. I also can't find it anywhere?

Anyone able to make a recommendation?

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  Reply # 737887 27-Dec-2012 23:25
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Hi Networkn,

 

I have a 32Gb Nexus 10 and it's pretty sweet - anything specifically you'd like to know, just holler!

 

 




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  Reply # 737890 27-Dec-2012 23:29
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Where can I get one?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 737905 28-Dec-2012 00:07
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You can only order them directly from Google US/UK/Australia - there's no local distribution, and based on how much the Nexus 4 is selling for here, you'd be mad to buy locally anyway.




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  Reply # 737906 28-Dec-2012 00:09
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nofam: You can only order them directly from Google US/UK/Australia - there's no local distribution, and based on how much the Nexus 4 is selling for here, you'd be mad to buy locally anyway.


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  Reply # 737908 28-Dec-2012 00:12
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networkn:
nofam: You can only order them directly from Google US/UK/Australia - there's no local distribution, and based on how much the Nexus 4 is selling for here, you'd be mad to buy locally anyway.


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Heh, I can't even give you one; it's location-restricted, so unless you're connected to a VPN, they won't appear.  It's quite the palaver to get one, I can tell you!




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  Reply # 737919 28-Dec-2012 01:42
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ugh, sold out of Australia. No stock no eta.

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  Reply # 738463 30-Dec-2012 00:31
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I noticed walmart are selling them. You will need to use a drop shipping service to get it delivered to NZ. 





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  Reply # 738578 30-Dec-2012 13:25
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Woops...

...You will need to use a drop shipping service to get it delivered to NZ. 








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  Reply # 738596 30-Dec-2012 15:10
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brad: thanks.

I am concerned about going back to a 10" tablet (weight), though I like the high res screen. Ideally I want an 8.9" with a fantastic screen, high res, quad core, WiFi, lightweight and running a current OS or unlocked bootloader.

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  Reply # 738693 30-Dec-2012 20:06
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I just got the Asus TF300 and im stoked with it so far, upgraded to 4.1 straight out of the box



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  Reply # 738694 30-Dec-2012 20:15
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Doesn't meet the high resolution nor weight/size requirements.

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