Roocase Dual-View Folio Review for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0: a folio with more to it than meets the Eye
15 February 2014
Excerpt: The folio market is one that is brimming full of so many options these days, and it seems everyone and their dog has made a folio case for at least one device. Furthermore, most of these folios are very similar design, though they typically vary in the way that they fold into their respective...
Summary: For parents who want to use a tablet as a means to educate their kids and also stop them from possibly causing expensive outcomes, Samsung recently launched a tablet with the little ones in mind.
Pros: Cute and colourful, Comes bundled with Kids Case & C Pen, Decent performance, Good features
Summary: While we enjoyed using the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Kids, there are other Android children's tablets that come with more robust parental controls. The $199.99 Fuhu Nabi 2, for instance, lets parents create multiple profiles for kids and comes with multiple child-friendly browsers.
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids 7.0 is a playfully designed, engaging Android tablet geared toward children, but it's just too expensive without offering any appreciable advantages over the competition.
Pros: Sturdy build and playful design. Engaging kids interface. Preloaded child-friendly apps and parental controls.
Cons: Pricey. Lower-resolution display. Parental controls could be more comprehensive.
Conclusion: At £179, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 is a good looking package at first site, but £100 will buy you a significantly more up-to-date Samsung tablet in the form the Tab 3 8.0 and if you’re prepared to pick up a stock Android device than the new Asus-made Nexus 7 offers significantly better hardware...
Pros: Premium design, Versatile interface, Good battery life
Excerpt: The special Kids version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 comes with preloaded education apps and games, and yellow case. Rest of the specs are the same and include a 7-inch 1024x600 pixels screen, 3.2-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front cameras, Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS, and 8 GB of expandable...
Pros: Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape
Cons: Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port
Excerpt: Samsung had a very successful product in the Galaxy Tab 2 P3100 last year. It had a 7-inch display, good power under the hood and also had the ability to make calls. It was surprising to see a large number of people carry the device with them and use it as their primary smartphone in spite of its...
Summary: In its 7 inch form, the Galaxy Tab 3 is a decent entry-level product. Its super-lightweight construction and slim design make it a highly portable option. The launch price was far too high, but now that it's fallen to the £100 mark, it offers good value.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Review: Should You Buy One?
18 August 2013
Excerpt: Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Samsung was the first company who popularized 7-inch Android tablets. Dozens of companies followed suit and it eventually created a market for it. The market became so big that it even forced Apple to come out with the iPad Mini despite Steve Jobs’ earlier statements...
Summary: The little three. The Galaxy Tab 3 in its 7-inch size is the cheaper and slightly smaller version of the already reviewed Galaxy Tab 3 8.0. So, does one have to deal with numerous restrictions or are Samsung's premium aspirations justified?
Pros: Bright screen, Good workmanship, Great TouchWiz interface, Extensive software package, Decent speakers, The good software package and the trimmed down, but still numerous input options.
Cons: Low contrast, Strong blue tint, Mediocre system performance, Crashes caused by the graphics chip, Bloatware, Average battery life, Poor image quality of the camera, If only Samsung had chosen a better SoC...