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Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet eBook Reader Review

We were impressed with the Galaxy Tab: it offers a lot of power in a fairly small package.

March 09, 2011
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Operating System
  • Android 2.2
Display Type LCD
Length (short end) 190 in.
Width (long end) 120 in.
Thickness 11 in.
Weight 379 lbs.
Processor Cortex A8, 1GHz CPU, Hummingbird
Music & Audio Playback Yes
Music & Audio Output 3.5mm
Audio Input Unknown
Built-in Speakers Yes
WiFi 802.11n
Video Playback Yes
Video Output Unknown
EBook Battery Life 7 hours 35 minutes
Audio Battery Life Over 24 Hours
Video Battery Life 8 hours and 22 minutes.
Original Price 599.99
Product Type Tablet
Cellular Network
  • T-Mobile
Audio Formats Supported
  • MP3
  • AAC
  • WAV
  • WMA
  • OGG
  • FLAC
  • AMR
  • MIDI
  • m4a
Memory Card
  • Micro SDHC
Video Formats Supported
  • H.264
  • H.263
  • MPEG-4
  • .3gp
Built-in Microphone Yes
Manual Text Samsung Galaxy Tab manual page
Display Resolution Width 600
Display Resolution Height 1024
Display DPI 169.0
USB USB

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Battery & Controls
  5. eReader
  6. Music & Audio
  7. Movies & Video
  8. Email & Web Browsing
  9. Internet Apps
  10. Apple iPad Wi-Fi (16 GB) Comparison
  11. Amazon Kindle Keyboard Wi-Fi Comparison
  12. Barnes & Noble Nook Color Comparison
  13. Conclusion
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