There are few bad things to say about the Nexus 10—maybe one or two. The rest is good. Very good. It’s plain and fast and nice and doesn’t weigh too much. And now you and your roommates and mom can share it. Lovely.
On the Nexus 10, Android 4.2 gives you multi-user login. Like any full computer, you’ll have an admin user who can then create as many separate accounts as you want, with their own customised settings, apps, and inboxes. This might sound small, but think about it! This tablet, out next month, is expensive (16GB for £319; 32GB for £389). But if you’ve got roommates or a family, you can split that cost and share the thing. Or, if you’re flying solo, this obviates the need for any Uhh well I guess you can use my tablet if you really need to check your email moments of social tech suspicion. Just set up a guest account and let anyone do their thing, as long as they don’t steal the tablet.
This aside, the Nexus 10 is unremarkable, other than it’s terrific cleanliness. Android 4.2 has no stupid skins. It’s pure, refined Android, and if you want an Android tablet, you’ll get the most Android Android tablet there is. This is nice.