Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 hits US Best Buy Retailers
It’s time to Tab, because the Tablet that’s changing the Tablet, a.k.a The Galaxy Tab 10.1 has finally arrived in Best Buy stores all over the United States of America. Some lucky people in NYC got their hands-on early when a Best Buy retailer first launched the tablet. A great crowd along with Samsung’s reps was available at the launch day. Check it out for yourself:
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is available without Samsung’s TouchWiz UI which can be downloaded as a future update. The WiFi only model costs $499 (16GB) and $599 (32GB) and is available in a metallic grey or white finish, which you can order now here. Some retailers are facing delays in shipping, but we have word from Samsung that the problem shall be resolved very soon.
Running on Android 3.1 Honeycomb and with 1GHz Dual Core Tegra 2 processors, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the thinnest and lightest Tablet of it’s size. You can enjoy Full HD (1080p) videos on the gorgeous display, or browser the web super fast with full Adobe Flash support. There are a lot more amazing features including some summarized in this video:
There are lots and lots of applications and games you can download from the Android Market, although Honeycomb has just begun to spread in the tablet world. To get the most out of your Tab 10.1, you can also get a large number of different accessories including dock-keyboards, stands and cases. Samsung also promises new features through future software upgrades, including of-course, the TouchWiz UI. Stay tuned for the latest news on the Galaxy Tab 10.1