A month of hands-on experience with Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is more than enough to describe how it works. When we went to check for tablet PC’s in stores, this tab wasn’t even on our list and not even on display yet. I told hubby what I wanted but in the choice of gadgets he knows what I need. Gladly, we’re both pleased with this little tab’s performance. We can’t compare it with other tablets though as this is our first tablet.
Firstly, its thinness is impressive and its sleek screen is appealing. Hubby found and learned about this tab by searching and reading reviews online. He knew that this would have a sharp and crisp display because of its small size with 1280 x 800 screen resolution apart from its Super Amoled Plus display. This tab was, however, not included in the line of Samsung’s products to have pre-installed Android ICS. But hopefully we’ll get it anytime this month. It’s so small that I can tuck it in in my handbag or shoulder bag. I’ve stopped bringing my netbook anywhere because it’s heavy in my bag. This is one reason why hubby preferred this tab for me. He thought the 10′-tablet would only be left home and less used again.
While I am more on trying for apps and my social network connections, hubby is keen on how the websites he frequent will work on the tab. When he browsed the flightradar24.com website he was so impressed and couldn’t believe that its 1.4GHz Dual Core processor would compete with our newly-built PC.
Browsing websites is also not a problem. I tried opening links from my social networks and they opened fast and easy. In fact it’s better to view the real website than the mobile version of a website. Watching videos also went smooth with satisfying sound.
This image was taken with Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7’s 3-megapixel camera. Although it’s low pixel count the quality seems more than enough for sharing online. The original dimension of the pic is 2048 x 1536 though so it’s not that bad.
Should I completely ditch my netbook now that I have this Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7? What do you think?
used tires says
Thanks for a very comprehensive review. My dad has been thinking about buying a tablet for a while now but he wasn’t sure about which one. I think this would be a good buy for him.
Don’t ditch your notebook as you never know when you might need it for a backup.
I don’t know if this is the best tablet around but the new Nexus tablet is something I’d like to check when it arrives here.
Thank you, Jean. My notebook is lying on my bedside table, unused now. You’re right, I just can’t ditch it there and then yet.
I’m torn between Galaxy tab ang iPad, as if naman may pambili ako hehe, pero seriously I’ll save up para makabili ako ng isa sa mga yan.
Haha! Bakit naman hindi. Kumbaga, kung may naipon, may naipambili.
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