I know this is is the wrong area, but as a former Note 2 owner that now champions the superiority of IOS & my iPhone 5, as anyone who as seen my posts will know, I just want to share my experience with the Galaxy Tab 8.0 I went to Best Buy tonight with the purpose of checking out the iPad mini.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 stitches on the iPad with his pen Even so, there is usually space for some great competitors. Note the recent Galaxy ten.1, 10-inch tablet unveiled this week, Samsung. How the Apple iPad, Galaxy will supply ten.1 note in 3G/4G and Wi-Fi-only version – and as the iPad, a … Read more [...]
Yep, it's the same iSmooth | Home known for their screen protectors :) At first I was very skeptical because they are listed for Apple products, both dual port chargers with 2.1A and 1A - typical for iPad and iPhone/iPod devices.
I'm an apple fun boy (wait and slow down:D)
I've ever believed and loved Apple, thinking that Apple's products was better than each one other.
I was a happy owner of iphone 4, but I didn't like so much the latest Apple moves, specially in the mobile phone and tablet market. (iPhone 4s, iPad 3,4...
The Galaxy Tab: the iPad’s first true competitor has arrived, delivering an impressively iPad-esque yet still Android experience in a surprisingly comfortable 7-inch form factor nicely filling the gap between the iPhone and the iPad. What are the first look pros and cons, and how well will it iCompete?
I just got the Galaxy Tab 2 from my sister in-law for $100 that goes with my Galaxy Note II today. She got a iPad. I told her it was her loss. She only had it for one month, plastic still all over it, like new.
Did I do good? I was pretty happy with my Galaxy Note II.
The Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet has been anything but shy, leaking all over the place and posing for a few hands-on pics.
But today’s scoop from French blog Frandroid marks the first time we get a real idea of its size, as the latest leaked photos show the Galaxy Note 8.0 next to the Galaxy Note 2.
Context is a beautiful thing.
The Galaxy Note 8.0 is Samsung’s next big tablet venture, accor