Apple's iPad has had the tablet market to itself for eight months now, but that's about to change. Leading the charge on the electronic slate's logy perch is the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a seven-inch tablet running Google's Android operating system. Rather than take on the iPad head-to-head, Samsung decided to set its tablet apart from Apple's by making it smaller.
"I'm about ready to throw in the towel on Android tablets out of sheer frustration. As a Linux user and Android fan, I've been patiently waiting for a decent iPad competitor to hit U.S. shores. The Galaxy Tab looked promising, until Verizon and Samsung stuck a $600 price tag on the tablet," Brockmeier writes.
The Galaxy Tab is one of the best received tablet after the iPad. Is that partly due to its strong resemblance to Apple's tablet? The Cupertino company thinks the resemblance is too strong, and is taking Samsung to court over the matter.
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 [...]
Apple’s iPad still dominates the overall tablet market. But Samsung Galaxy tablets seem to be emerging as the Google Android standard. That’s The VAR Guy’s spin, based on IDC’s latest tablet sales research.
Forrester estimates that Apple's iPad owns 30 percent of the European tablet market, with Android tablets, HP's Touchpad, and RIM's Playbook competing for the remaining 30 percent. Meanwhile, Apple won a preliminary injunction in a German court to keep Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet in most of the European Union, says a report....
I'm looking into buying a Galaxy Tab S and I'm wondering if this is finally the tablet that is better than the iPad Air. I know I definitely prefer Android over IOS, but as a whole, is the Tab S as good as, if not better than the iPad Air?
Just one day after seeing what the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 will look like, we have a press render of the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 from Samsung. Like the Galaxy Tab S 10.5, this 8.4-inch tablet borrows the design language of the Galaxy S 5.
This leak offers us all sorts of angles, too.