Gotta love that microSDHC card slot.
Superior on-board stereo sound.
That IR emitter that turns this tablet into a remote in seconds.
Rich, consumer-friendly Google Ecosystem.
Runs Android OS 4.0.
Most affordable Samsung 10" tablet.
Excellent sound recording and playback.
Free 50GB of Dropbox storage for one year.
The screen pales beside the latest competition from Apple.
Slightly sluggish to boot, load.
WiFi only, no data/carrier options.
Older dual-core-technology processor.
Low (16GB) storage for the price.
Sluggish overall performance.
Mediocre battery life.
Performance not up to competition.
By Good Gear Guide on June 19, 2013
Back in February, a Samsung executive was quoted as saying: "Honestly, we're not doing very well in the tablet market." The company's solution? Release more of the same tablets that haven't done very well in the first place. While the Galaxy...-
By GadgetNutz on April 21, 2013
Posted in Mobile Device Reviews, Reviews This tablet is a nice big 10.1-inch size with a Multitouch 720p HD Screen (1280 x 800). The top edge of the tablet has the power button, a volume rocker button, the SD slot and the IR eye. More on that later...-
By GadgetSpeak on April 08, 2013
This is a 10inch Android Tablet with a few extras that are unique to Samsung. A lot has been written about a device made by Apple and the apparent similarities this bears to it, as I have no close knowledge of the former I cannot...76
By Chip Chick on November 09, 2012
While the Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 10.1 doesn't offer much cutting edge tablet features, it proves to be a well rounded Android 4.0 tablet offering. Users will appreciate its attractive and relatively lightweight form-factor, its capable performance,...-
By Wired UK on November 05, 2012
It's a step down from the Galaxy Note 10.1, but the Galaxy Tab 2 offers some serious improvement to its predecessor as a good value Android tablet with Ice Cream Sandwich and a fine screen.SpecificationsPrice : £300 (16GB, Wi-Fi), £400...70
By Expert Reviews on September 14, 2012
The price is spot-on and it's excellent value for a fast 10.1in...80
By Techworld on August 24, 2012
A year ago we liked the Tab 10.1, and for the second generation the hardware specs remain broadly the same, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 has a much better operating system. All for £100 cheaper than it was. We love the bright screen, and...-
By Pocket-lint on August 13, 2012
Overall, a good tablet. The Galaxy Tab still rules the roost for video playback and codec/container support. The problem is, it's not that interesting to look at. But at this price, we think it's a decent competitor to the iPad, and there's...90
By Stuff.tv on August 01, 2012
A decent tablet at a great price, but a lack of power and 2011-res screen count against it...80
By theregister.co.uk on July 16, 2012
With Asus’ 32GB Transformer Pad available for £399 complete with quad-core CPU, 8Mp camera and keyboard dock, and the smaller Nexus 7 soon to hit the market for £160, the Galaxy Tab 2 isn’t quite cheap enough to make a compelling...70