Finally. A viable Android Honeycomb contender from Samsung against the poplar iPad 2. Faster in some benchmark aspects and SLIMMER than an iPad 2, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a major face lift from the previous Galaxy 7 and 10 Tabs. Honestly, the boys at Samsung should have just went with a model number that differentiate things a bit more, but eh what do we plebians know about product naming (I mean, just look at our site name, Dealzon? WTF is that?).
A Nvidia dual-core 1Ghz Tegra 2 powers this Smasung tablet, and it hums along brisky with 1GB of RAM. The onboard cameras suck just as much as the iPad 2's, but honestly you're not buying a tablet for its high-end photo taking capabilities. The 10.1 can hold out about 10 to 11 hours of battery life at acceptable brightness level, so leaving the power brick at home can be a safe bet. All in all, a decent tablet at a great price, especially if you're not keen on any mobile broadband capabilities. (Lack of microSD slot is also a bit of a bummer but eh, 32GB is lots of storage).