The Nexus 10's battery is a bit disappointing compared to what the iPad offers.
(Credit: Screenshot: Eric Franklin)
With all the hoopla about the relative graphics performance of the 4th generation iPad compared to the Nexus 10, it's easy to forget another important performance metric: battery life.
Battery life dictates how long you can actually use the unit before requiring a recharge, so I'd say it's pretty darn important. So important in fact that it gets its own blog. Here I pit the last two generations of iPad, the iPad Mini, the Nexus 7, and the Nexus 10 against each other in a take no prisoners battery blood bath! Or acid bath I guess.
The results The results speak for themselves, but if you need further explanation, continue reading after the chart.