If you just bought one of those fancy new Nexus 10 tablets and are looking to get just a little more out of the device, CyanogenMod 10.1 nightly builds are ready for download, right on the heels of the same nightly builds for the Nexus 4, which came out a few days ago. If you're wanting to get into some high-resolution hacking, now is your first chance.
While the Nexus 10 already has Android 4.2 Jelly Bean on board, the CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies (based on 4.2 as well), will provide Nexus 10 owners a chance to see what third-party developers have planned for the new tablet. Obviously, these nightly builds are in their alpha stages, so you should expect them to be a little buggy and unstable.
Of course, before installing these CyanogenMod builds, you'll need some know-how on rooting, flashing, etc., so if you feel the least bit uncomfortable performing such tasks, it's probably best you leave your Nexus 10 untouched, especially since the smallest mistake could end up bricking your device.
We're not sure when stable builds will be available for the Nexus 10 (or the Nexus 4 for that matter), but it should only be a matter of time after seeing these nightly builds being posted up. We honestly can't wait to see what the hacking community will do with the high-resolution display of the Nexus 10. Hopefully we'll see something good soon.