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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Wi-Fi) review - thin (and light!) is in


Review by Michael Oryl on Friday June 10, 2011.

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Score

4.2 stars
"Great"

(How we score)


Solid hardware build, thin wide-screen form factor, good quality cameras and HD video recording, light weight
few tablet apps, some user interface quirks, no USB mass storage support

Summary

The Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1, in its current form, was born out of a response to Apple's sleek and thin iPad 2 tablet. The original Galaxy Tab 10.1, which hadn't reached market yet, just couldn't compete, so Samsung went back the drawing board and turned out this beauty of a tablet in record time.

And this one can compete.

The Tab 10.1 features a large, wide-screen display that looks sharp and bright, and it rests inside a body that is incredibly thin and light. This 10-inch tablet weighs less than a number of smaller tablets on the market, yet it still packs a dual-core 1GHz processor and the latest version of Android - 3.1 Honeycomb.

There still aren't very many tablet-specific Android apps, and those that exist are not that easy to find in the Android Market, but the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is still a desirable piece of kit. Read on to learn more, and watch the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in action in the videos that appear after the Table of Contents, below.

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Michael Oryl
Michael is the Philadelphia based owner and former editor-in-chief of MobileBurn.com. You can follow him on Twitter as @MichaelOryl

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