Nexus 10’s flexible feature is annoying, which leads to other complaints: a combination of several logistical paper cuts. I am skeptical that Google can ever take its device-business much beyond this proof of concept (much like a bar-raising exercise), but at least it has set a right example for its OEM partners. Moreover, Android could finally turn into a credible multi-screen proposition for app developers.
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