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Google's own smartphone and small tablet have both had refreshes this year, but what of the full-size Nexus 10? New internal shots have reportedly leaked out, and it's going to be LG's show if they're to be believed.

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This is the year tablets stopped being a one-horse race. There are real options now, and that means making real decisions. Here's how the top four choices compare — and which one measures up to be the best.

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The tablet market went through some huge changes in 2012. Apple finally introduced a (somewhat) more affordable iPad. Microsoft released Windows 8 and launched its own hardware. And, for the first time, every major player had a tablet that was actually, you know, good.

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Mark Serrels is a gadget whisperer. He can not only produce fine words for Kotaku Australia, but he can instantly tell whether a gadget is worth its salt after 10-seconds. From now on, I'll be giving all the new gadgets that come across my desk the Mark Serrels 10-second review test. First up is the new Nexus 10 from Google and Samsung.

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Back in June, Google launched the Nexus 7 tablet. It was as fast as most high-end tablets and it only cost $249. It was a major hit. But not everybody is sold on the seven-inch form factor yet. Which is why the Nexus 10 is here to steal your hearts.

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BriefMobile got its hands on what it says is the upcoming Google Nexus 10 tablet. Supposedly manufactured by Samsung, the tablet is said to have a dual-core 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos processor, a 2560x1600 retina-grade display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a five-megapixel camera, NFC and Android 4.2, which is still called Jelly Bean.