The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a viable competitor to the iPad. See the full review on ZDNet Mobile News by James Kendrick.
The Honeycomb home screen is fully customizable with apps and widgets.
Although of plastic construction, the Tab is quite solid. The white plastic is slightly grippy to prevent slipping.
Samsung uses a 30-pin charging dock port, displayed here.
Power button, volume rocker button and 3.5mm headphone jack.
The speaker as shown is quite loud despite its small size.
The camera takes 720p video.
The Tab is so thin and light it is comfortable to hold in the hand for long periods.
Landscape orientation is the normal mode for use with Honeycomb, but the Tab rotates to all four orientations as desired.
Preinstalled on the Tab.
Video playback is good and smooth thanks to the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor.
Simple app preinstalled on the Tab.
Apps are accessed via an icon in the upper right corner of the home screen.
Accessed via an icon on the lower left of all screens, shows all apps running on the tablet.
The ribbon shows a thumbnail preview that is updated regularly.
Fantastic use of the big Tab screen.
Available in the Market, Plume is a great Twitter app for the Tab.
A full-featured app for working with Office documents and Google Docs.
Plays your music collection in the Amazon Cloud, as well as music locally stored on the tablet.
1280x800 resolution is a good fit for the 10-inch screen.
The five home screens can be customized as desired with apps and widgets, accessed by long-pressing on any home screen.
The web browser on the Tab is a very good app. Here is ZDNet Mobile News displayed in the browser.
Browsing the web in portrait orientation is quite good on the Tab's browser.
Samsung's preinstalled hub for purchasing music from the company's store.
Google Talk video chat has superb quality suitable for business uses. Return to the full review on ZDNet Mobile News by James Kendrick.