Hands on with Galaxy Player 3.6, Samsung's answer to the iPod Touch

The Kindle Fire was designed to be a simple, no-frills tablet, with limited complexity, so it's not likely that the Tab 2 7.0, running a full version of Android will best it in doing what it does best. The real question is, how close can it come to matching what the Fire offers. (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) The greatest thing about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is its price. The Tab 2 7.0 strikes a balance between features and performance that allows the tablet to be sold for as low as $250. If the tablet's price had been higher -- say, $350 -- it wouldn't be worth the money. Don't get me wrong, it's a very good tablet, but at the end of the day, it's a de-powered version of Samsung's own $350-$400 Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. Getting its price down to $250 puts it right smack-dab in front of the Kindle Fire, its gauntlet tossed between the two. The Tab 2 7.0 is a full Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) tablet with dual cameras and expandable memory. The Fire was designed to deliver to users Amazon's books, video, and mu

Hands on with Galaxy Player 3.6, Samsung's answer to the iPod Touch

When Apple debuted the iPod a decade ago, it redefined mobile audio technology. Other companies had already launched "MP3 players," but Apple propelled portable digital music hardware into the ...

Sun 15 Apr 12 from Arstechnica

Samsung 7″ Tablet Vs Amazon Kindle

Netbook News compares the new 7″ Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (running Android 4.0) vs the 7″ Amazon Kindle Fire (running a modified Android 2.3). Their Verdict: the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 ...

Fri 13 Apr 12 from dailywireless.org

Is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 a better Kindle Fire than the Kindle Fire?

The Kindle Fire was designed to be a simple, no-frills tablet, with limited complexity, so it's not likely that the Tab 2 7.0, running a full version of Android will best it in doing what it ...

Tue 17 Apr 12 from CNET Crave

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 review: The anti-Kindle Fire?

ff (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) The Kindle Fire. Sure it's low-priced and has a built-in Amazon content ecosystem that conveniently delivers movies, music, books, and apps through a simple, if ...

Fri 13 Apr 12 from CNET Crave

Hands On With Galaxy Player 3.6, Samsung’s Answer to the iPod touch

With the Galaxy Player 3.6, Samsung attempts to steal a bit of attention from Apple's iPod touch. But is even the inexpensive $150 entry fee low enough to compel anyone to carry both a smartphone ...

Fri 13 Apr 12 from Wired Gadget Lab

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