Hands on: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the new tablet to beat | Techgoondu

After seeing Apple launch its ultra-thin iPad 2, the Korean firm went back to the drawing board by designing an even slimmer version of an already attractive Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet (original hands on here).

The result: a tablet that is, hands-down, the one to get. From a quick hands-on today at a Samsung launch event in Singapore, I can say that the super-light frame (560g for the Wi-Fi model, 565g for 3G model) is definitely a lot more handier than many other Android tablets of the same size.

At only 8.6mm thick, it is also the thinnest 10.1-inch tablet by a whisker, beating the iPad 2′s 8.8mm.

One thought on “Hands on: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the new tablet to beat | Techgoondu”

  1. This is actually the first time I know that tablet can be setupo with keyboard. Hmm… it looks really cool. I love its idea of super-light frame. I would surely love to have that gadget. =)

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