Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus / 7.0 Plus N / GT-P6210 / GT-P6211 / GT-P6200 / GT-P6201 / SGH-T869
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A Great Tablet for its price (now that its old)
ThePython, Phone Arena
25 October 2013
Excerpt: Disclaimer: Been using this for about 6 months. Starting with multimedia! It's a pretty enjoyable experience with it, mostly due its great processor and decent display. Internet browsing is equally enjoyable. Its battery lasts about two days of average usage.
Summary: This was a great deal that I purchased for my late son for Christmas last year. He past away the night before it arrived. So it has taken me sometime now to actually used it. I kept it in his memory. Very great product with awesome features.I used it to record my daughters show when the video recorder failed and it turned out great. It's worth every penny I spent.
This little tablet is easy to carry with you wherever you are.
1 August 2013
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a great tool for people who are on the go! It is so easy to carry with you. It has many apps to keep you organized and entertained! The applications load a little slower than a desktop computer but the portablility totally makes up for that. You can check e-mail, organized yourself and much, muck more!
Excerpt: I was looking for a 7" tablet, and settled on either the Galaxy Tab 7.0 2 or the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. The Nexus 7 is the standard for 7" tablets, but I wanted the microSD slot. I decided on the Plus because it was the same price and has a slightly faster processor than the Tab 2. I'm not really big on tablets, and I still don't really see the point, but it performs well for what I use it for.
Summary: I bought the Galaxy 7 tablet refurbished at half the retail price, using my Amazon credit card points. Given these circumstances, it was well worth it. The pluses: good screen resolution, nice onboard storage with option to expand via microSD, nice compact size and sturdy construction, nice version of Android 4 (came with Android 3 but updated itself quickly once it connected with wifi), wifi reception very good and trouble free, decent sound for a small device, comes...
Summary: I bought this tablet back in March of this year - just over 4 months ago. My first impression about this tablet was that it was very light and felt well made. I kind of wish it had a hard button like the iPad and a few other tablets I have used do, but that is far from a big deal. Pros: *Fast processor that can handle multitasking with ease. *Simple and easy to use user interface. *Bright and crisp screen that is excellent for watching movies. *Great WiFi range.
Summary: I chose this tablet after I found that I rarely used my iPad 2 for anything other than a radio in my bathroom. The main thing keeping me from using it more was A) I have an iphone that is nearly always on me so most there were very few apps on the iPad that my phone didn't already have, and B) the size made it more cumbersome than just using a laptop instead - too large to hold easily but yet couldn't sit in your lap.
Excerpt: To summarize at the beginning researched a ton of 7" tablets. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is not perfect, it offers good value and a handful of features that put it above the rest of it's class. I've had this tablet for about 1 month and it's replaced my iPad as my go to reference tool. I...
Summary: This was a refurb unit... It looks just like new.... It operates just like new......BUT...there does seem to be a little issue with the micro SD card slot... The device will forget that there is a card inserted...I will have to re-insert it ...and/or hold down on the micro SD port cover/door...then the unit will see the card again.... I've contacted Buy.com and asked if I can get a replacement...
Summary: I picked up this tablet for $300 a couple days after the iPad 3 debuted--were they trying to entice customers away from the iPad? Anyway, looks like prices are back up near list. My review is probably colored by the value price I got. Would I pay $400 when the iPad 2 is now that price (both 16GB)? Probably not. I was debating whether to buy this for its 7" form factor for $300, versus the iPad 3 for $500.