Verizon Wireless today announced that it will commence sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab product starting on November 11. The Android 2.2-based tablet, which has dual cameras, a 1GHz processor, and Verizon-branded service on board, will cost $600. Verizon Wireless doesn't mention if a rebate is involved.
hmm, with the a Super AMOLED version, a 10.1-inch flavor, and a tablet-tuned Android, just hit Verizon retail for $599.99, really stunned, but Im not really caring about a comparison to the ipad, there must be lots of folks think so? Well, ipad more likely a consumer electronic, a great portable movies, videoes and game device, at least now Im sucked in movies watching on it in the help of iFunia iPad Video Converter, and now Game center, be a great game playing platform, of course the E-mail and surfing internet or do some office work on it are also handy and convenient.~~~Well, but the Galaxy Tab got its features and superiority and must be on fire too, time will prove that... In a word, both are winsome, the ipad has time superiority, an... (continues)
I don't know how a 7 inch tablet is going to look sitting right next to the 4.3 inch screen on the Droid X.
Especially with the better layout of the X and nearly identical specs other than screen size.
If your going to get a tablet, why would you buy one roughly the size of your smartphone anyway?
And on top of that, are any applications on Android optimized for a tablet form yet? Is the OS, or even the skin adequately optimized for a tablet form? I'm thinking probably not, hence the smaller screen size than normal for a tablet.
Who knows. I'm still interested, just doubtful that it will be a huge success.