These are good times for those who are holding on to their breath for the Galaxy Tab from Samsung to finally break cover. This is also ensuring things around their latest tablet device is abuzz as the once media shy tablet is now being seen almost every other day hogging the limelight. All of which will lead to a grand unveiling of the 7 inch tablet at the IFA 2010 at Berlin next week. This time its a CDMA version of the Galaxy Tab that has been spotted in Israel and the tablet did prove to be might impressive and lived up every bit of what it was believed to be capable of.
Not only is it extremely responsive, the tablet is also fast and slick in its operations and can play back flash files with the utmost of ease while audio output is equally credible. The only sore point can be the GPS performance which though tends to turn around after starting off initially on a sluggish note. In short, the Galaxy Tab has everything that can make the tablet a serious contender to the iPad’s supremacy.
These apart, there is also a few of the Galaxy Tab‘s accessories that has come to the light, such as a QWERTY keyboard dock and a Table Charging Station that also boasts of HDMI connectivity. The carry case which is similar to the one available for the iPad also doubles up as a stand for watching videos and is likely to cost around €41 or $52. Likewise, cost for the Table Charging Station will be €54 or $69 while the 83-key keyboard dock has been priced at €82 or $105. Of couse these are just a few and there sure will be plenty more once the tablet enters the retail scene in full steam.
Sovan Mandal is the senior tablet and tech corespondent for goodereader.com. He brings a international approach to news that is not just applicable to the North American market, but also Asia, India, Europe and others. Sovy brings his own writing flavor to the website and is interested in Science Fiction, Technology and Writing. Any questions, send an email