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re: Inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab: Taking on the iPad
t.alex   4/29/2012 3:01:54 AM
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There is no control process for app submission. We can only rely on app rating from other users.

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re: Inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab: Taking on the iPad
sobi   4/28/2012 5:46:03 PM
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Android App sucks !!!

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re: Inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab: Taking on the iPad
sobi   4/28/2012 5:45:31 PM
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Android is not that hot any more... We want new

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re: Inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab: Taking on the iPad
BHAMMILL   12/6/2011 5:57:48 PM
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What no LCD? And missed the Atmel maXTouch Touchscreen Controller too. The parts list seems to have been cut woefully short.

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re: Inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab: Taking on the iPad
t.alex   4/22/2011 2:30:22 AM
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I tried it recently (the Wifi-only version). Not bad though.

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re: Inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab: Taking on the iPad
troluc   4/21/2011 8:54:34 AM
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I bought an ipad, initially loved it, but that soon turned into bitter disappointment. The WLAN doesn't work with any sort of reliability, which makes using the ipad for quick internet acces a very frustrating business. One of the many perks (NOT!) also included an involuntary reset, which meant losing a lot of apps etc. Since that involuntary reset, things have taken a turn for the worse. I now seem to experience delays whenever I open an application. This may be a cosmetic problem, but believe me, if you'r reading a magazine and every time you change the page you get a sort of blurry/scrambled image for a couple secs before the page loads properly, it does get a bit annoying. All in all, I wish I'd gone for a different tablet. Apple is expensive, and nothing else.

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re: Inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab: Taking on the iPad
t.alex   2/20/2011 2:42:37 AM
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Besides the Android OS, what would make it different from Apple iPad?

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Piplzchoice   12/25/2010 9:22:08 PM
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Ultimately the customers will be the judges. At this point iPad seem to fend off the most successful challenger, Samsung Galaxy Tab, when it comes to their respective customer satisfaction levels. Your readers may be interested in our ongoing analysis of Samsung Galaxy Tablet customer' reviews. We also compared their ratings to those of iPad http://blog.amplifiedanalytics.com/2010/11/851/. We specialize in automated aggregation and analysis of customer reviews posted online, mining their opinions and quantifying qualitative information found there.

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John.Hopson   12/14/2010 12:01:55 AM
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Where's the beef? What, no teardown photos?



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