Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Review

Say hello to the newest member of the Samsung Galaxy Tab family, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. It's here to replace its little brother the original Galaxy Tab with a few upgrades and improvements, not to mention a dual-core processor and Android 3.2 Honeycomb. Today we have the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus on the AC review bench and will be giving its features and apps a quick look, not to mention the usual benchmarks and tons of beautiful pictures. All that and more is below so don't go anywhere just yet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus hands-on

Today we have another surprise for everyone that loves tablets and Samsung. In our labs is the brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus with Android 3.2 Honeycomb. This is the first tablet from Sammy in this small form factor to come with Honeycomb, and we'll quickly be unboxing and checking it out in our hands-on video and pictures below.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus hits retailers November 13, get yours for $399

It appears that Samsung is ready for another round of "It's Time to Tab" commercials. Today Samsung has officially announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus will be available across a wide array of retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, Fry's and many other retailers starting November 13th. The new Galaxy Tab 7 Plus features Android 3.2 Honeycomb and will come in both 16GB and 32GB variants. Pre-orders will start at select retailers on October 23rd.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 free from Lowes until October 3rd [Deal]

I know its not every day that you get a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 7, but you don't go shopping for things like a new Samsung refrigerator or appliances either. If you've been wanting a new Android tablet or even need a new fridge, washer and dryer or anything else that Lowes has to offer you might as well get a free tablet from it right?

Samsung SCH-I815 Hits Bluetooth SIG, possible 7″ Verizon Tablet

This mystery device just hit and cleared its Bluetooth certification but we know nothing about it. Some are thinking it may in fact be a 7" tablet headed to Verizon although the picture below says "phone" a few times. The model number SCH-I800 was used for the original Galaxy Tab 7" on Verizon so this new device with a SCH-I815 model number could very well be the replacement for the original tab.
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