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Samsung has just added a new tablet to its lineup for Galaxy Tab Series. Its new edition is called Galaxy Tab 10.1. In my humble opinion, it is a total failure. A disaster for the company and disappointment to fans all over the world.
The design is good, sleek and stylish. But in an attempt to compete with iPad, It made loads of compromises on functionality and usability. It is not a phone and its not a computer as well, so what is it good for? Browsing the internet! Yeah, you can do that on it.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has Flash enabled browser. That’s great. But the good news stops here… For everything else, you need an adapter. I hate lists but here is my list of things I hate and love about new tablet.
Things I Love about Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
- Its Andriod 3.0 HoneyComb
- It has WiFi Built-in
- It has Flash Support so web browsing is great
- It is light-weight
- It is slim
- It is cheap
- It multi-touch
Things I hate about Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
- It has short battery Life
- Back Camera is 3.0 Mega Pixel and front is 2.0
- No GPS
- No Mobile Network
- No 3G Network , No Edge Connectivity
- No USB Port
- No SD Card Slot
- No HDMI Output
- Non Standard Charger Cable 30pin
- No Stylus
- No TV out Cable
So verdict is out, I have 11 reasons to hate and only 7 to love the new Galaxy Tab 10.1. I will not have it even if someone pass it as a gift to me.
Whether you have the latest smartphone, or the simple candy bar handset, social networking has become an essential element of any mobile phone. This has led to the world’s largest social network, facebook to release a much smaller, text-only version of its mobile site called Facebook Zero.
This low bandwidth networking site has been designed specially for those who regularly use Facebook on their mobile phones. Thus irrespective of the type of mobile and the connection, all mobile users will be able to see the new updates quickly. The new site will be launched anytime in the upcoming weeks.
According to the facebook people, more than 100 million people now log onto Facebook from their mobile phones. Thus the new site will help the operators to free up critical bandwidth on their networks.