Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review: Is the Galaxy Tab 10.1 the new king of Android tablets?

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Amazingly thin & lightweight, fantastic screen, Touchwiz enhances the Honeycombe experience
lack of SD card slot & hdmi port
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Picked this up in UK duty free last week, and the only word to describe this product is AMAZING - no wonder Apple are cr@pping themselves, as this device is better in EVERY way over the iPad2 except for the dedicated apps.

Why is it better - here's my experience:

- Extra screen resolution makes for great browsing
- 16:10 aspect ratio much better suited to tablets, makes viewing videos in landscape and reading content in portrait a much better experience
- While honeycomb is still maturing, what it offers out of the box is great; really nice widgets, great multi-tasking, live wallpapers etc
- Touchwiz enhances honeycomb further with extra widgets, a more polished skin, and the excellent one-touch notification pull-up
- Soooooo incredibly lightweight!

If you like apples stuff then of course you'll get an iPad as its a fine product, but the Samsung is a game changer for android tablets.

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