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Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 – A review

Everyone was pretty excited about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (renamed the Galaxy Tab 750 in India) when it launched worldwide earlier this year. Does the Galaxy Tab 750 live up to our long wait for serious competition to Apple’s iPad2?

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The Tab 750 is 8.6mm thick and weighs a mere 535g. That doesn’t stop it from being one of the best tablet displays (if not the best display) available today and performance oriented hardware. Watch a lot of high-definition movies? Have no fear; Full HD video playback is here; and Samsung made sure that a wide variety of video formats are supported. The same goes for your music and the two in-built speakers on either side deliver a stereophonic listening experience.

On the communications front, you’ll find support for 3G, Wi-Fi, GPRS and Bluetooth 3.0. Finally, we move to software. The Galaxy comes with Google’s Android Honeycomb OS, and you can optionally install Samsung’s custom interface. The multitasking is good, and you’ve got a host of Google services like Samsung Hub (stay connected, download music and e-books), and Polaris Office installed out of the box. Adobe Flash support is also a plus point.

It’s fully compatible with Windows, so adding files and music is as simple as copy-paste, with no extra software required.


To sum up, it’s a really good effort but there’s much more to be desired. The interface may feel unintuitive at times; the Android isn’t as mature as the iOS, so there are a few bugs and glitches here and there. The Android marketplace has limited apps available that take advantage of a tablet’s available resources, so I’d suggest you check if the apps you require are available. Android is an open platform, so whoever knows how to write software programs may find it useful to make their own private apps. Hardware wise, Samsung really has put together a decent package, which I dare say is superior to the iPad2.

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    (Personal Computers) This was my first Android device. Probably won’t be the last, but it left a bettir taste in my mouth. I ended up returning the Tab after a few weeks with it. The problems were numerous. 1.) This is the most egregious. The Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi is dramatically lower spec’d than its 3G counterparts. Therefore, every review you can find online does not apply. It has an older generation processor (Arm v7 vs. Arm v8), the graphics processor is also a generation behind and dramatically lower in speed (530 vs. the 540). What does this mean to non tech geeks? The buttery smooth performance you see in reviews for the earlier Tabs is replaced by slow scrolling in webpages, the homescreen taking several seconds to work when you rotate the device, and games simply not working. I couldn’t believe Samsung would completely cripple the device like this but a casual glance at the product page produces this gem features and specifications subject to change without prior notification . It is absolutely insane a major tech company has that disclaimer on a product page, and the fact they don’t advertise the radical difference between the devices is shameful. 2.) Another major consequence is one of the coolest features of the 3G Tabs is not present here, HDMI out. HDMI out does not work on the Wi-Fi only version. Probably a result of Sammy putting the Wi-Fi only Tab a generation behind the 3G version. 3.) Finally, this really cemented my decision to return it. I can handle the inferior performance, grudgingly, but I can take it. I can’t handle the fact that this device is Wi-Fi only and it doesn’t properly connect to Wi-Fi. When I first got the device I had trouble connecting it to networks. After resetting it like 5 times and assigning a static IP address to it, it finally randomly worked. Then, after a couple of weeks and no change on my part I got the same connection problems! Now, after a few more resets, I finally had it. Less you think its just me, google Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi problems and marvel at how widespread they are. Simply put, Samsung is launching new tablets next month (June 8th), and they’ve clearly given up on the current Tab despite it launching only a couple of weeks ago. Save your money and wait, I promise you this device will only bring frustration.

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      Thanks for the video ebpman as I have just purehascd the Galexy tab 10.1 just a few days ago. I must say I was shocked when I opened the box and did not find a users manual. I had to trawl the net to find one but only after I ready many pdfs that said the Galexy came with a usb port and a slot for a memory slot, none of which is true on the 16gb version I purehascd for the princely sum of a3399, not an inconsiderable sum in $.Anyway I will search for the adaptor here in the UK. Respect.

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        Nobody can lie, the cameras are not the best on iPad but there pfecret for skype and taking quick shots for apps like gingerbooth. And flash is pointless too it causes lag, shows more adds and almost every flash game requires a keyboard or it couldnt work on a touch screen. And iSwifter is a cloud based app it lets you play flash content

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