In Short

The Samsung Nexus 10 was released in November 2012 along with the Nexus 4 smartphone, and through mid-2014 it remained the only large-format Nexus tablet. It was one of the first devices to run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean but since has been updated to Android 4.4 KitKat. It's got a stunning 2560x1600 display, is available (or is when it's in stock, anyway) in 16- or 32-gigabyte flavors, and costs around $499.

It remains a pretty good large tablet, though it's unclear why Google's taken so long to update it, and why it seemed to be relatively abandoned from the start. A wireless charging dock — which would access the tablet via its removable back cover — never came to fruition.

The Nexus 10 was powered by an Exynos 5 dual processor with a Mali-T604 GPU. It's got a 5MP camera on the back, with 1.9MP up front. A 9,000 mAh powered the whole thing.