Samsung Galaxy Tab photographed again, accessories outed

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| August 29, 2010

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Samsung will be unveiling its Galaxy Tab on September 2nd, which is good for them considering the amount of times the device has leaked so far.  Today we've got another batch of photos for you, showing off the tablet in all its 7-inch glory.  The owner, a security app developer in Israel, said that his CDMA Tab (which is headed to Verizon, says SlashGear) has been very snappy and ran Flash content without any problems at all.  When it came time for the standard comparison to the Apple's own tablet device, the dev said that the Tab is "a true iPad competitor."  Accessories for the Tab were also leaked, with a carrying case costing around $52, a Table Charging Station at a price of approximately $69, and a keyboard dock that will set you back around $105.

Sitting next to the DROID X, the Tab looks like quite the handful, but with its 7-inch screen, I have a feeling that it should be just the right size.  The one thing that worries me a bit is the pricing on the accessories.  For example, the keyboard dock is said to cost around $105, while the comparable iPad keyboard dock costs $69.  At this point, though, nothing is concrete.  We'll see Samsung take the wraps off of the Tab in just a few short days, so we won't have to wait much longer to get all of the official details!

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Samsung Galaxy Tab

Via SlashGear, Gadgety

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