Got a Samsung Galaxy Tablet

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  1. xxteargodxx
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    xxteargodxx GBAtemp Regular

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    Yeah it came in the mail yesterday, it's pretty neat. Here are some pictures below, thought I'd share [​IMG]

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  2. CrimzonEyed

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    oh nice, now make a phone call with it!
     
  3. FlashX007

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    You know I can't figure out whats the difference between those and laptops. They don't have the same features as a laptop right? It's only like a phone but bigger and can do more?
     
  4. AlanJohn

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    The backside of it reminds me the back of an iPhone 4.
    Heck, It looks like a giant iPhone 4.
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  5. SifJar

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    What browser is that on the tablet in the first picture?
     
  6. xxteargodxx
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    It's called Dolphin Browser HD, a very nice browser for Android.
     
  7. Terminator02

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    Somewhere near monkat
    hopefully the old galaxy tab (the one you got) will eventually get a honeycomb update
     
  8. JustChillin1414

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    Looks cool, and probably costs a bunch more than an iPad [​IMG] and yeah, it does kinda look like an iPhone 4 lol
     
  9. Originality

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    Actually, it's considerably cheaper than the iPad (1 or 2). The highest I've seen one sell for is £280, with most being between £220 and £260, depending where you look. iPad 1 (16GB WiFi) sells at around the £320 mark, often more (with the high level of demand for them).

    @Flash, tablets are a natural evolutionary path from laptops (specifically from netbooks and CULV laptops). Tablets are much more portable and the way you hold it allows devs to design innovative and intuitive apps for your needs. Laptops are just computers that are scaled and cut down to become portable enough for you to carry around and use anywhere where you can sit down. Laptops may be more powerful, but the software will always be the same as computers.