I'm particularly fond of the Samsung-issued Leather Snap Case ($50), not only for its simplicity, but for its chic and minimal style. Want to see some other examples of hip and cool Galaxy Tab cases? Click through the pics below for more!
As noted in a recent Us Weekly article, Martha calls herself "a closet tech geek," carrying around her iPad, a Droid, and a Samsung tablet. Now, I wouldn't say that Martha is in the closet when it comes to her geekiness, since it's pretty well documented, but now I have to know — which tablet does she like better?
As soon as a new gadget hits the streets, you can pretty much guarantee that someone will bling it out with rhinestones, diamonds, or, in this case, crystals. The new (and quite stunning) CrystalRoc Samsung Galaxy Tab has been coated with 5,700 Swarovski crystals, upping the ante when it comes to the price tag. Can you guess how much?Take the Quiz
Find out more about pricing, and if you'll need to sign up for a contract, after the break.
We've been hearing all sorts of details about the mobile and portable Android-running Galaxy Tab from Samsung, and during a press conference yesterday, the company revealed that it would be bringing the 7-inch tablet to all four major US carriers this holiday.
AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile are all on board to bring 3G access to the compact tablet (4G won't be available on Sprint's network), while Samsung also confirmed that there will be a WiFi-only version, which has become a more cost-effective alternative for tablets and ereaders alike.
While there has been no pricing or availability dates thrown out yet, you guys have already drawn the line at a $500 price limit for a tablet. Hopefully the rumored price point of up to $1,000 doesn't hold true — I'm not sure how many people will indulge, even with the tablet's impressive feature list. Samsung did announce some accessories to go with the Tab, though. Find out those details after the break.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab comes with specs that are pretty impressive for a smaller-sized tablet (it looks pretty hot, too), but how much would you be willing to pay for it? New speculations put the price tag around $1,000 (which is double the price of the WiFi-only iPad) based on what it's going for overseas.The Galaxy Tab is obviously being positioned as a lifestyle gadget, one that can compete with the iPad's lack of flash and cameras, but I'm a little flabbergasted that the price is so high. At $1,000, Samsung is definitely limiting its buying potential, and might even be setting itself up for failure once the next batch of tablets hit the scene. Considering that a tablet is not a full-blown computer, I'd expect their prices to be lower. What do you think — am I totally off base? How much would you pay for a tablet?
We haven't talked much about the Samsung Galaxy Tab, mostly because details have been pretty scarce . . . until today. This morning, Samsung posted a teaser video for its upcoming portable tablet, which will officially be announced on Sept. 2 in Germany.
This Android-running Tab is smaller than the well-received iPad, with a screen size of 7 inches, which can be super handy for travel. There have been rumors that Apple will soon release a 7-inch iPad as well, but it looks as if Samsung will beat it to the punch early next month.
Check out some of the features that will come with the Galaxy Tab, along with the teaser video, after the break.