Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Video Demo

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqR4Ty1swLI&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

    The Galaxy Tab was a great device, one that I loved very much, and it seems the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be even better. Androidcentral got their hands on the new Android tablet, and from what we see, Motorola has a bit of a competition. The device looks quite nice with a very elegant full metal (I hope) back amongst other great visual features.

    Here is what AC had to say about this tablet in regards to Motorola Xoom:

    Anyone here excited about the battle of the Android tablets? Which device is scratching you the right way? Tell us what you'd like below.

    Source: Hands-on with the 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab with Android 3.0 Honeycomb | Android Central
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    that was kinda a fail by samsung with the wifi...
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    No HDMI port and plastic back. Ew. Next?
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    Looks decent. I might go with this one for the right price. I'd really rather have the Xoom, but if this one is significantly cheaper I might reconsider. The only complaint I have with Samsung is their lack of software updates.

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    I think he proved the Google's cloud computing idea isn't as wonderful as they make it sound since your cloud-dependent device is a paper weight without internet connectivity. They should have preloaded some demo apps on that tablet that would show off it's features and capabilities.