Galaxy Tab Now Thinner than iPad 2Posted in category: Technology News, Technology Products, Technology Reviews at: March 23, 2011 by admin
Presenting a perfect product in the market is not easy. To attract greater consumer attention, Samsung and even redesigning the Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch tablets that had just announced a month ago. The announcement was made on the first day of CTIA Wireless 2011 in Orlando, Florida, which will last 22 to 24 March 2011.
Galaxy Tab tablets with 10.1-inch display first announced in the arena of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2011, 14-17 February 2011. This is the second variant of tablets made by Samsung. Previously, the first version uses 7-inch screen.
When introduced, the second tablet that has a thickness of 10.9 millimeters. With the redesign, reduced thickness 2.3 millimeters to 8.6 millimeters. Weighing was reduced to only 595 grams.
It makes it thinner than 0.2 millimeters iPad 2 that Apple’s newly announced earlier this month. Not only that, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 inches is now also 6 grams lighter than the iPad 2.
Since Apple released iPad 2, which is lighter and thinner than the first version, the Samsung does a lot of the spotlight. Many analysts predict that South Korean manufacturers will think twice to release a tablet rival. This is in accordance comments Don-Joo Lee, VP of Samsung’s Mobile Division, on March 4, 2011 and as reported by Yonhap.
In addition to redesigning the Galaxy Tab 10.1 inches, Samsung also released a third variant with 8.9-inch screen. Both these new tablets are both using dual-core processor 1 GHz and 3.0 or Honeycomb Android platform that has been optimally designed for tablets. Will present several options model with a memory capacity of 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB with features WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, 2 MP camera front and rear 3 MP camera.
The price is priced equally with iPad 2. Galaxy Tab 10.1 inches will be present from June 8, 2011 with prices starting at 499 U.S. dollar. While the Galaxy comes following a 8.9-inch tab with prices starting at 469 U.S. dollars