told you yesterday the Tab is officially for sale starting today. Now some reports are streaming in that some lucky users that went home and turned their Tab on were greeted with a familiar splash screen we have seen before. It shows as being "unlocked"
Tagged: Android 3.1 Honeycomb
promo video for Verizon Wireless that included an unannounced Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet in the clip. It was quickly picked up by multiple sites and blogs and just as quickly as we all saw it Verizon pulled the clip from YouTube. Once on the net it never is really gone and many people got a few screenshots of this device.
Unboxing War: Number One contest. In case you missed it, earlier in May we decided to spice up the unboxing and hands-on video of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 by doing two at the same time and let you -- the readers decide who was best for a chance to win your very own Galaxy Tab 10.1 to enjoy. It was a close battle in the unboxing between Vince and Ben but in the end it was you readers that got to decide who was king.
reminder post this morning for all you readers as well. It looks like Samsung is also taking the opportunity today to remind everyone about the amazingly thin, light, and powerful Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet they are releasing with a nice video showing just about every detail imaginable about the tablet.
Xoom, or a Galaxy Tab 10.1 pictured in the video but clearly something else. Is it just me or does that look like a HTC Tablet?
back in April when they were first announced and Sony surprised everyone with that clamshell design for their upcoming Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet. Over the last few days more information has been leaking out. Last week the S2 hit the FCC, followed by the S1 the very next day. Now we are hearing a possible September launch date.
mentioned here. The original Olipad was very similar to the G-Tablet by Viewsonic in terms of specs and design, as well as ran older versions of Android and had a TapnTap UI over the top. The new Olipad 110 has been working out and is now ready to play with the big boys.
Swype have just released the latest version of the popular 3rd party keyboard for Android. Many new features are included with this latest beta (v3.0) and some of those include predictive tap as well as Honeycomb support for you tablet users. The tablet version can even be re-sized as well as moved to left, right or center screen for your convenience. We have all seen or used Swype for our phones so I took a few photos using it on my Honeycomb tablet just to show you all.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Google I/O Limited Edition Review, but that this version is more of a "complete" version of the tablet in that it will hopefully be free of blemishes. We'll have our eyes glancing sideways at that while we give this masterpiece of a bit of hardware a full-on look over a full review period. Meanwhile, lets have a look!