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Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by Maura, Sep 2, 2010.
USB is a biggie, as is the camera. If the price is right Samsung have a winner on their hands.
I'm actually shocked how well thisntablet actually looks. I especially am very interested in the camera on the front (not as much for the rear). I foresee Apple having a rough road ahead, especially if: 1) has a cheaper price tag. 2) they do not come out with a second generation with a built in camera. I would even be pleased with a camera add-on kit like the old nitendo gaMeboys
I like my ipad but I think I would enjoy the cusomization you can do with Android. If Android launches a tablet and the hardware is reliable look out Apple
I have ,a phone ,a camera ,and Ipad.....dont need another contract for this wanna be ......thats right they say you can only get them through a provider......nope not me I love my Ipad and all the apps,,,,,,Just saying....oh yea one more thing HOW BOUT THEM COWBOYS...DF
Looks promising. Laughed at the guy in his boxers.....
That reminds me of the discussion on a new 7" iPad. This Tab is exactly in that form range, it could be as portable as this one looks like.
Going by the projected price of this device in the European market, it'll cost about $1000, non-contract price. That makes it significantly less appealing. I'll stick with my iPad, for sure.
Yes, I would prefer a larger screen. I dont know if the 7" thing is cutting costs, or if market researchers are saying that's what everyone wants. 7" is certainly better than any phone screen out there, but bigger is better.
The size really depends on what you need to do with such a device.
I've done a lot of hospital waiting rooms lately. While the iPad is entertaining it is too big to be practical there. A smaller design that can read books, magazines and do the occasional web surf or dare I say phone call could be more portable. A 7" will be comfortable for many people.
On another note, I suspect this Tab to be made of plastic ie. the weight. I don't like that it makes a portable device too fragile.
Right now the price tag is the deciding factor for me.
I love my iPad but there is definitely room for a second tablet in my life. The current size of the screen is great for school and taking notes, but outside of that I could definitely see why people consider it 'too big'. Maybe the 7'' would be right for, especially since I'm graduating this year! My family has been bugging me to get a second iPad but I told them how Apple likes to refresh their products every year and it's best to get (one) per year haha.
If the Galaxy Tab is priced around $300 US I'm in for one.