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Aaron reviews the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, one of the tablets coming out this year.  It offers a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core CPU, 10.1-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, front-facing camera, and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb).  Better yet, it's thin and light, leading many to consider it as the prime competitor to Apple's iPad 2.  It's not available in the United States at the moment, but should make waves when it lands next month.  Is it the best tablet amongst hot devices like the Motorola XOOM, LG G-Slate, and BlackBerry PlayBook?  We'll find out.  Part 1 of 2.


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Jawwad Ul Haq Transformer and Galaxy 10.1 are both cool
Yousef Al Don't get me wrong I love my slate, just a little annoyed with lack of customer relations.
Jeff Daunis The xoom is
John Zanatta Just picked up the Acer Iconia Tablet and it is flawless. Great material choice and construction. I was going to get a Transformer, but they lost due to their inability to build products fast enough. I still don't like Samsung's materials choice for their products. They all feel cheap.
Cyndi Rose I like my Xoom. But, I still can't use the micro sd on it.
Yousef Al Umm... how about a a 3.1 update, netflix, and some bug fixes for us G- slate owners before popping out with new tablets left and right.
Keith Ainsley Their phones and customer support suck so I would have to say no.
Frank Kerner I have my original Galaxy Tab and I love every waking minute of using it! So, the upgrade is a def for best tablet!
Mario Alan Perez Arreola Depends of the user i guess
Fayez Noor yes may be
Mike Cook No, the Transformer beats it by a mile.




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