You know very well that unboxing videos are about the least interesting – yet necessary – posts we do here in the tech review business, and we know it too, so we thought we’d spice things up a bit with an unboxing that’ll never be forgotten. A war! A big huge fight between Android Community and our sister site SlashGear. In Android Community’s corner is our hero Ben Bajarin, in the brown shirt, unboxing the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. In SlashGear’s corner is Vincent Nguyen in the red shirt, also unboxing…the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Who will win? Who will come out on top? And how does this all add up to you getting a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?

Watch this video and vote for your favorite for a chance to win your very own Galaxy Tab 10.1! You should be judging based on the following criteria:



and Overall Quality.

And where do you send out your judgements? Why, our Facebook wall of course. In order for you to win, you need to submit your vote WITH a few sentences on why you chose [Ben for AC] or [Vince for SG] on our Facebook wall, and also link back to this post. The reason we want you to submit your vote with a link back to here is so we can keep the contest running as long as we can. And we want Ben to win, right? Right!

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When June rolls around (June 8th is the release date for the Galaxy Tab 10.1, if you did not already know,) we’ll be choosing our favorite submission (this is on SlashGear and on Android Community) – if you’re the winner, you win your very own Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 courtesy of Android Community and SlashGear, free of charge! So bring your best game, and be creative! And vote to bring all the glory right here to Android Community!

Sound good to you? Check out the video, make your judgements, [and post those judgements on our Facebook wall to enter!]

Extended rules are thus:

Contest begins May 10th, 2PM PST, and ends June 8th, 2PM PST, 2011. A winner will be announced within a few days of June 8th here in the main news feed and at our official Facebook page.

WINNERS will be given the opportunity to submit a review of their Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and have it posted on the front page of or! *Reviews may be edited or modified before publication and are considered works for hire under the 1976 Copyright Act. Submissions will be ineligible for payment or remuneration.

Competition is open to residents of the US over the age of 18. One entry per contest per person. Family members of Google and SlashGear/Android Community are not permitted to enter. Competition entries are only accepted via the specified Android Community or SlashGear Facebook page; entries left in the comments section of this or any other post will not be recognized. One entry per person (and yes, we check). Winners of any SlashGear or Android Community contest over the past year are no eligible to win.

The winner will be announced on SlashGear and Android Community and will be expected to contact us via the following email: ; they will be expected to respond within 24 hours else their prize may be forfeit and another winner selected. Editors decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Winner agrees that their name and details of their entry may be used for promotional purposes by, but not limited to, SlashGear and Android Community.

Prize consists of one Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet between SlashGear and Android Community. One prize per winner. There is no cash alternative or any other alternative for prize winners unless this prize should become unavailable, in which case Android Community and SlashGear reserve the right to substitute another prize of equal or greater value.

Contest provided by SlashGear/Android Community. Prizing provided by SlashGear/Android Community. Any questions regarding this contest should be directed to


  1. Umm.. Here I was excited for a chance to try and win a galaxy tab 10.1, but noo…First off, why do I have to have a facebook account!??? Facebook sucks!  Why cant we enter the contest in more than one way?? Secondly, Im a US citizen living abroad…does that still count???


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