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A hands-on look at how the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 works

The days have flown by this week at in Orlando. CTIA has a gigantic expo showroom and, other than getting lost on the way to meetings, I have not had a ton of time to just geek out with some devices.

So, as the convention is coming to a close, I wandered over to the Samsung pavilion to play with their new tablets. Specifically, I got some video of hands-on time with the Galaxy Tab 10.1.

There are two videos below. The first is the Samsung public relations version giving his pitch and the second, less polished but more useful, is of me putting it through the motions.

Enjoy.


Mobile Platform Version




PR Version

Posted by Dan Rowinski on Mar 24, 2011 at 12:19 PM


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