The Nexus 10 is nearly a year old, but we don't have any solid news on its successor just yet. Even though it's getting long in the tooth, Google's first 10-inch Nexus slate still has a lot of good features. You can grab the 32GB version of this device today on eBay for the low price of $349.99, down from $499.99 in Google Play for this model.

2013-10-22 10_13_11-Google Nexus 10 Wi Fi Only 32 GB GT P8110HAVXAR 813774015190 _ eBay

The Nexus 10 packs a dual-core Exynos 5 ARM chip, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. It also has a really gorgeous 2560x1600 10-inch LCD. It's almost worth the purchase for the screen alone.

This deal comes with free standard shipping (US only, sorry) and a 14 day money back guarantee. The quantity is limited, so make the decision quickly if you're going to buy.

Nexus 10 (32GB)

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

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  • Chippah

    Just dumped our N10 to get into a Note 10.1 2014.
    The Battery life stinks.
    performance and stability stink.
    most annoying web browsing experience, with choppy scrolling and

    • UniBroW

      Which are you saying stinks? The nexus 10 or the new Note?

      • Chippah

        The Nexus 10 stunk.
        I tried all different roms,kernels stock, etc
        heat throttling too, but the worst was the battery life.
        our dumb ipad 2 gets 4 times the battery life.

        I was all for the new N10 - 2 but no leaks, etc yet so its probably still a ways off.

        If the Note 10.1 2014 runs as well as the Note 3 im sold,
        plus my 5yr loves drawing with the s-pen.

        • Gus70

          My Nexus 10 is running great. I get 10 Hour battery screen on time (for reading ..have not tested video). And my scrolling is smooth. You must have had a bad unit. I also experienced no overheating. The browser needs a reboot every few days. It was a daily occurrence when it first came out on the original firmware...but seems very nice now. Perhaps you should not have changed ROM.

          • Chippah

            Wasnt a bad unit at all, in fact I went thru 3 different N10's due to light bleed issues. my unit actually came from the Mountain View campus and was personally tested by Google engineering believe it or not. hah

          • Fievel

            In other words, Arlene at the switchboard played Angry Birds on it for a day?

          • Comic BookGuy

            I've not had any problems with mine either, and I use it for weeks without rebooting.

        • mustbepbs

          I totally agree with the N10. I could never get it to work smoothly. It's the blasted resolution coupled with the weak GPU. I hope Google learned their lesson with the refresh.

          • Matthew Fry

            I tried the Anomaly 2 benchmark on my HTC One and received a Bronze result. My N10 got "It tried."

            It has *major* fill rate issues because it is an overzealous resolution for the GPU. As of last year, the GPU itself was no slouch. I have had no battery issues (although admittedly I came from the Touchpad which had 24 hour idle battery life) and it charges at an ok rate with the pogo pins.

            Now that *most* of the random reboot problems are fixed (It still reboots ~1/day) I'm pretty happy with it. Right now the thing I'm most pissed about is Google's clipboard bug that has gone unfixed. I haven't been able to copy/paste for months.

          • mustbepbs

            I use a lot of text heavy apps, and the scrolling performance was embarrassing. My wife's N72012 and N72013 both ran circles around most app performances on my N10.

          • Matthew Fry

            I'll have to go home and report but I don't remember any issues with smooth scrolling.

          • mustbepbs

            It wasn't system wide. It was just in some of the apps I used.

          • Danny Blaney

            go into developer options and toggle force gpu rendering on. Google really should enable this by default. Especially in ultra high resolution devices.

          • mustbepbs

            I tried all of that. Trust me. I got rid of it a few months ago anyway.

    • Matthew Fry

      Bending? Really? Mine feels very solid.

  • Nick

    If the new N10 weren't right around the corner... of course I feel like I've been saying that for months now.

    • Matthew Fry

      You will certainly not find a better tablet at this price point.

      • Nick

        No doubt about that. I'm holding out though. I am really wanting LTE built in.

  • Defenestratus

    Love my Nexus 10. A lot of the new tablets announced at MWC had the same or only slightly better specs than the N10 which was ahead of its time. Bought mine with the last daily deals offer. Not sorry one bit.

  • Zyre

    I thought the Nexus 10 had a Snapdragon as cpu not Exynos.

    • miri

      That's the Nexus 7. The Nexus 10 is all Samsung hardware.

  • karthik nayak

    last para , did you mean quantity?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Yes, he sure did.

  • SHoTTa35

    Keep wanting to jump on this but i'm sure i'll be regretting it once the new Nexus 10 comes out so i'm kinda waiting for it. I'd still buy this though and almost clicked that Buy-It-Now button too!

  • Joris Griffioen

    Bah, I was gonna get it and then .. US only :(

  • TechGuy22

    I'd wait for nexus 10 2013. but again i have a nexus 7 2013. dont think i want a bigger tab.