Today I went to check some Android tablets to replace my Nexus 10. Main reason is its too big and uncomfortable to hold in both ways. I was pleasantly surprised by the Note 8.0. The form factor is almost perfect. Great screen size, really thin and light, good software features, screen resolution OK, etc. Right now it's my main choice to replace my Nexus 10. Maybe I could try to wait for the next model, but that could be too long. The Nexus 7 is out of the equation after checking how small the screen is for just about everything. Too small for web browsing, PDF, videos and gaming. The gaming aspect could be even worse due to the on screen buttons, making my fingers have to go more up on the screen and thus being uncomfortable. Almost all 10 inch tablets felt too big and clumsy. I tried the iPad and it felt so big. Didn't remember feeling that uncomfortable when I had the iPad 1. The mini was perfect, but I just want Android on my tablet. I think I just don't like big tablets anymore. 8 inch seems to be the sweet spot. There's a LG 8 inch tablet coming out next month with full HD screen, but then again LG for updates is worst than Samsung. Also the Note 8.0 costs almost as my Nexus 10 did! Too expensive. Tried some Archos and it was very poor. The Note 10 also too big. The Samsung tabs too small. I wish there were more high quality 8 inch tablets. Only thing holding me back with the Note 8.0 is the screen resolution, but I just don't know if the next one will improve in this regard. Just check how bad the specs of the tab series is year after year. The iPad mini with the HD screen will be a very very cool device, but iOS... Great for gaming, web browsing, PDF viewing and good apps, but just doesn't work like a computer with file manager and all. So which Android tablet do you guys think is the best right now? Which one do you have and how do you like it?