Google further expanded its Nexus line with a tablet aimed squarely at the iPad with Retina Display. As its name implies, the new tablet has a 10-inch 2560-by-1600 high-resolution display (Apple's iPad has a 9.7-inch Retina Display with a 2048-by-1536 resolution). It's thinner than the iPad, measuring at a scant 8.9mm (the iPad is 9.4mm), and lighter, too, at just 603 grams (iPad: 652g). On paper, it sounds like the iPads true competitor.
Of course, it runs the latest Android OS, 4.2 Jelly Bean meaing it plays very well with all of the Google services. The camera out back is 5 MP like the iPad, and the front shooter is 1.9 MP. It's all powered by Samsung's dual-core A15 processor. All that of that will cost you $399. If you want to double your internal storage and get a model with 32GB, that will add up to $499. Both will be available from the Google Play store.