We were among the first to do a hands-on video review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab US model. We promised you a full written review, and it took us a few weeks to live with, test and torture all 4 US carrier versions. Our iPad went into hiding at the sight of 4 Galaxy Tab models lining the coffee table each night. And so our full review is live.
We cover the Galaxy Tab on T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. The software bundles, the plan (or no-plan pricing) and service-- it's all here with a neat little table to help you choose the Tab that's right for you. And in case you're on the Galaxy Tab vs. iPad fence, we have a comparison for you, along with a few comparisons with the Nook Color.
For those of you won't don't live, breath and sleep tech, the Samsung Galaxy Tab is a 7" Android tablet with 3G and no cellular voice. It runs Froyo Android OS 2.2 on a 1GHz Hummingbird CPU with GPU, has lots of storage space, WiFi, a GPS, Bluetooth and front and rear cameras. It has access to the Android Market and sports a sharp 1024 x 600 pixel capacitive multi-touch display. It's available with and without contract, depending on carrier.