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If you like the original Galaxy Tab from Samsung but felt it needed a bit more to it – which is no surprise considering its small size – well, here’s some good news for you. Samsung Mobile has just confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is going to be arriving next week at select retail outlets. Packing a customized version of Android 3.1 Honeycomb, the Tab 10.1′s 16 GB version will be selling for $499 while the 32GB version will have a price tag of $599 at Best Buy. Here are some of the specs: As you’ve noticed from…

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The skirmish between Samsung and Apple is getting more and more interesting, day by day. We knew from the very start that the clash between these two massive companies would create a lot of controversy. Samsung was sued by Apple because of alleged violations of their intellectual property, and, as such, was mandated to lay down their pre-production mock-ups of the Galaxy S 2, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Samsung Infuse 4G and the Droid Charge to Apple’s legal team, and the court. The reason why Samsung is obliged to do this is because Apple, and the court itself,…

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In this article, we compare what we think are going to be two of this year’s hottest Android tablets – the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Both are excellent – there is no question. Really, at the end of the day, like with most things – it all comes down to personal preference. Google has just updated Android Honeycomb to Android 3.1, and with it, come several significant improvements to the user experience. Browsing is snappier and more responsive, flash plays more seamlessly, and things are just all around better. Critics in the mobile computing…

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NVIDIA CEO – Jen-Hsun Huang is one smart guy, and has helped make NVIDIA on of the top tech companies in the world of GPU’s. Most recently, Huang went on the public record, and said that it is quite safe to assume that concerns and issues surrounding the initial batch of Android-powered tablets “have been largely addressed”, and that things are only going to get better and better. If we can all recall the glory days back to when the original handset was launched, and how far Android has come, and how many devices, countries, and carriers it has gone…

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Many of us have been following the latest Android Honeycomb Tablet news for a few months now, and there’s no doubt that Samsung seems to have hit it out of the park with the most desirable, most powerful, and most thin Android Smartphone, the Galaxy S II. Can the same be said for their tablet aspirations? They quickly rose to the top of the pageview charts after making a few quick revisions to their 8.9inch and 10.1 inch tablet offerings, upon witnessing the iPad 2 for the first time, whereby they created (what were alleged to be) the world’s thinnest…

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Looks like some good news is coming your way, Honeycomb fans. Samsung unveiled a new ultra-thin version of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet at CTIA this year, and we’ve been eager to get our hands on it ever since. This is the world’s thinnest tablet, and with a 10.1 inch display, measures only 8.6 mm thin.  Thankfully, the day of its imminent arrival is getting closer, and today, appeared at the FCC for testing, further underscoring its nearby release date. We know it’s the 10.1 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab because of the device’s distinctive silver accent on the…

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I’ve been thinking long and hard about the perfect (honeycomb) tablet. I mean, surely the might, ingenuity, resources, and desire for profits would propel the world’s leading technology companies to offer such a product, wouldn’t they? Well, the answer to that question is yes, and no. Let’s take a look at a few of the missteps manufacturers have made in recent months: Offering tablets that were priced far too high (Xoom introduced at $799) Did not deliver on promised functionality out of the box (SD Card functionality, and 4G/LTE on the Motorola Xoom, and Flash for the earliest release) Overlaying…

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We were shocked to find – that out of all the Android sites out there – no one had taken the steps to provide you with a comprehensive, all encompassing, and literally massive spreadsheet detailing all the important specs that go into every one of the top Android tablets being released, or soon hereafter, in 2011. For the first spec comparison, we put together what we believe are the top 5 Android tablets of 2011: The Motorola Xoom, The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, the LG G-Slate (Optimus Pad), and the Acer Iconia A500. You will…

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The tablet market today has spoiled the average user with too many options. With so many different tablets to choose from, the average person is most likely confused on what to buy and what not to buy. If you are considering buying a tablet this year, we want to help you make the right choice. We here at Android Authority have brought you an exhaustive feature by feature comparison between three of the most competitive tablets coming to market soon. The HTC Flyer, also dubbed the HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint,  is slated for release this summer, with Samsung…

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Samsung has officially announced the release of their latest tablets at CTIA 2011 in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday. The latest Samsung tablets the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Tab 8.9 claim to be the “world’s thinnest tablets” at just 8.6mm thin. By comparison, the iPad 2 is just a hair thicker at 8.8mm. The new 10.1 is not to be confused with the original Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was introduced at Mobile World Congress in February. Samsung decided kill their original prototype and revamp their design to better compete with the Ipad 2. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be…