Summary: This is a pretty nice unit, but it does not run "Adobe Flash Player" as stated in some of the advertising on this site. Also some web pages have pop ups asking about accepting a "certificate", but it does'nt let you accept it permanently, very annoying.
Summary: It's a great tablet. I would give it 4 or 5 stars if it supported Adobe Flash Player. But it doesn't anymore and so I can't take it anywhere. I have to take my laptop instead or pay for Samsungs movies. I have ATT as my cable provider and I can't look at their movies. If the tablet was supported by Adobe Flash Player I could look at movies and tv for free. Samsung's movie app I have to pay a price.
Summary: I love the tablet, and I would recommend it; but it has one drawback and that is that adobe flash isn't compatible with the operating system. An update or fix is definitely needed, once that's done; this would be an excellent tablet to purchase. So if you require that your device be able to play videos or interact with certain websites, do not buy, if it is not; this is the tablet to buy.
Summary: I was looking for a tablet larger than my 7" Kindle Fire HD. After studying every review I could find about 10" tablets in all price ranges, I decided to go with the highly-rated Galaxy Tab 2, in part because of the stereo front speakers. I was disappointed to find that although they may be stereo and located on the front, I still felt the need to buy external speakers for this tablet - I wanted to be able to watch Netflix/video and listen to internet radio channels, and...
Excerpt: Being an owner of the iPad 4 and the Galaxy Tab 2, I have to say I do not like the G2. It is slow, has very little ram, a very poor display, and many other bad things. This tablet should be a lot cheaper. if you're looking for a tablet under 400$, your best bet is still the iPad 2.