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[Review] 3 Weeks With The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition Honeycomb Tablet - When Size Does Matter (+XOOM Comparisons)
31 May 2013
Summary: Ha, I knew you'd jump here right away (kudos if you read the whole review first!). Rather than repeat myself, I'll send you straight back to the In A Nutshell section , which provides a great summary of my thoughts on this tablet.
[I/O 2011] First Deep-Dive Look And Hands-On With The Limited Edition Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android Tablet
10 May 2013
Excerpt: Wow, what a day! Music, movies, APIs, alliances - the list of exciting announcements from Google I/O 2011 goes on and on today. While the rest of the Android Police crew is blasting through the bulk of the new stuff, I decided to unpack and play with the "Oprah moment" Limited Edition Galaxy Tab...
Excerpt: It took a while, but Samsung finally rolled out the long-awaited Android 4.0 update for its 'old' Galaxy Tab 10.1 GT-P7500. The tablet from last year was supposed to get the upgrade from Android 3.2 to Android 4.0 earlier, but it took a bit longer than expected.
Excerpt: Tablet computers used to be just computers with styluses. They weren't very fast, and weren't very intuitive to use. Fast forward to 2010, and Apple revolutionized the industry (again) with the introduction of the iPad, a tablet that uses a smartphone OS instead of a full-fledged operating system.
Conclusion: As of time of this writing, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 launches in two days nationwide, starting at $499 for a 16GB model and $499 for a 32GB model, which is the exact same pricing scheme as the iPad 2.
Pros: Amazing looks., Very fast and clean Android 3.1 build., Decent camera quality., Thin and light., Pricing scheme makes sense.
Conclusion: Samsung’s redesigned Galaxy Tab 10.1 might be the best Android tablet around. It is as thin as the iPad 2, and weighs less than any other 10.1-inch tablet. At the same time, it packs a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, a gigabyte of RAM, has an autofocus 3-megapixel camera, outward-facing stereo...
Excerpt: Samsung’s Galaxy Tab line is arguably one of the most successful series of Android tablets out on the market today. There are definitely others, but they simply haven’t taken off like the Galaxy Tab.