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Head-To-Head: New Apple iPad Vs. Google's Nexus 10

Google is taking direct aim at Apple's latest, fourth-generation iPad with the launch of its new Nexus 10. Here's how the two tablets compare.

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Form Factor

New iPad: 1.44 pounds; 0.37-inches thick
Nexus 10: 1.33 pounds; 0.35-inches thick


Apple's iPad rose to fame as one of the thinnest and lightest devices on the market. But, Google's Nexus 10 has it beat.

At 1.33 pounds, Google's tablet, which was actually manufactured by Samsung, is one of the lightest 10-inch tablets available today. It weighs less than both Apple's Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi Plus Cellular iPads, which weigh in at 1.44 pounds and 1.46 pounds, respectively.

The Nexus 10 is also about 0.02 inches thinner than both new iPad models.

 
 
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