I bought two of these, one for my wife, one for me. These tablets are superb devices. Fast, responsive and using the latest Android Jelly Bean SW. I had previously bought the Nexus 7 (Made by ASUS) and love that as well, so was very anxious to get my hands on the Nexus 10. The display is bright, sharp and rich. Pixel density is 2560x1600 300 ppi, delivering the sharpest images I've yet seen on a tablet device. Tablet makers still haven't resolved the AUTO-BRIGHTNESS fluctuations, so I just don't use that, setting my own levels. The N10 is well built, and has a very sturdy high-quality feel. The glass is Gorilla Glass II. The processor is fast, delivering smooth YouTube, movies, video, and great performance for browsing & SW apps I use. One small issue with one of the tablets, and this issue has been reported by others: One one of the two tablets, there was a very high-pitched electronic squeal that is associated with screen brightness settings. The dimmer the setting, the louder the squeal. You wouldn't hear this except in a quiet environment, such as reading in bed. But it can be very irritating. I returned the noisy tablet to Sam's and exchanged it for a third device, which is silent (as it should be, and as my wife's is.) My advice is to check your tablet soon after buying. In a quiet environment, adjust the brightness up and down the scale manually. If you can hear the high-pitched squeal with the tablet a foot away from your face, return it & try again. I'm sure Google/Samsung will resolve this issue at some point, just make sure you get a quiet one, since it's been reported that the noise never goes away with use, and may even get louder. We have been using my wife's now for a couple of months, and my exchanged one for a month, and both remain completely silent. It appears you either have a noisemaker or you don't, right from the start.
Would I buy this tablet again? Certainly would.