Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablet Review
Samsung steps up its game, going toe to toe with the best Android products on the market.
Aside from simple browser-based email clients, there are several applications on the Android Market that allow users access to customized inboxes. Included with the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a Gmail interface that works very well for even novice users, as it has a very logical and familiar layout, but with some aesthetic flair that doesn't get in the way of functionality.
The standard browser offered by Android 3.1 is fairly decent as far as tablet browsers go, offering users a Chrome-like experience with flash support and an auto-hiding URL bar. Tabbed browsing lets you keep multiple pages open at once, and there are virtually no features missing from the browser that appear in other browsers available to PC or Mac users.
Having a large keyboard with multi-linguistic input settings and haptic feedback is also a nice touch, allowing users to let their fingers fly without the worry of hitting many keys that you didn't intend to. Clicking links may be a pain for first-time users, but you can use multi-touch to zoom in
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