E2Vids: Samsung Galaxy Tab Review
Our good friends at E2Save.com have provided us with one of their latest videos which is a review of the Android Tablet the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
This week the team has a look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab. They interview one of their colleagues who uses the Samsung Galaxy Tab on a regular basis – what better way to have an insight into the device than to get the viewpoint from an actual user. We will be looking at tablets much more in the future as our tablet range grows.
Sleek, slender, and manageable is encapsulated with the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The Tab runs the popular Google Android operating system that has recently taken the mobile world by storm. This software opens up a whole world of popular apps and features which are enhanced even further through the Tab’s 7-inch screen. There’s no need to worry about the tab slowing down either, as the built in 1Ghz processor is powerful enough to multitask multiple apps without even breaking a sweat.
With flash support, no web site is off limits which means you can now access weather information, travel information and the latest news with a few flicks of the finger. You are also able to access an online library of daily newspapers, magazines and books for when you just need to sit down and relax with a good read.
In addition to being your library and information hub the Galaxy Tab can also act as your navigation system. By using Google maps you get precise map details and pre-planned routes for when you don’t have a map handy or are in an unfamiliar area.
If all of that wasn’t enough the Samsung Galaxy tab can use one of its dual cameras for video calling. You can even use the sophisticated address book to check out the latest social status updates of your friends with Facebook / Twitter and of course make a simple phone call.
Galaxy Tab’s key features include:
- The Samsung Galaxy Tab is ready to smarten up your life!
- Adobe Flash 10.1 support
- Full HD video playback
- Google Maps
- Google Search
- Google Talk
- MP3 Player
- Social networking