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  1.    #2  
    C'mon HP! Get that iPad rival out there!!
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    Not until they get WebOS 2.0 ready first.
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    How much does it cost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimOhara View Post
    How much does it cost?
    No price yet...
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    I don't know who handled the editing of that article but they're awful at it
    The tablet PC also comes with two cameras, one 3-megabyte digital camera
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    Sorry everyone, but I realized I should move this to the proper forum spot.
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    ...and whats the real-world battery life going to be like? Samsung says "up to 8hrs"....cut that in 1/2 and then it sounds plausible. Nice tablet otherwise...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimOhara View Post
    How much does it cost?
    A lot.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab reported to retail at €699 and €799 in Europe -- Engadget
    Drove 3 hours to buy my Palm Pre on day one.
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    This is old news in the Android world because there are several tablets out for Android already with more to come before Palm can even get its foot out the door it will be overwhelmed with Android tablets...this is only a few.

    http://www.androidcentral.com/samsun...y-tab-keyboard

    http://www.androidcentral.com/toshib...<br /> tablet

    http://www.androidcentral.com/galaxy...s-and-games-vi

    http://www.androidcentral.com/samsun...ab-hands-video

    http://www.androidcentral.com/archos...ve-new-tablets

    http://www.androidcentral.com/hannsp...ablet-ifa-2010
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    absurdly -- Samsung is apparently intending to sell this exclusively through carriers with a contract !!!

    NO WiFi only choice !!


    "... the Tab is available only through carriers that provide mobile phone service. There's no Wi-Fi-only option, though the Tab does support 802.11 a, b, g, and n. For cell networks, it can use 2.5G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) and 3G (HSUPA at 5.76Mbps, and HSDPA 7.2Mbps). I found Wi-Fi and 3G both worked well at Samsung's booth.

    Whether customers warm to this sales approach and the prospect of another monthly payment remains to be seen, but Samsung is confident it's at least the right way to start based on survey data: 52 percent want to use a tablet while on the go, 90 percent for e-mail and Web browsing, and 70 percent for communication functions..."


    Samsung Galaxy Tab: An Android contender | Deep Tech - CNET News
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