Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inch GT-P1000 / GT-P1010

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inch GT-P1000 / GT-P1010
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Based on 111 scores, 196 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    18
  • Good:
    47
  • Average:
    29
  • Bad:
    17

Pros:

  • Still the best non iPad tablet.
  • Plans include WiFi hotspots.
  • Not much bloatware.

Cons:

  • High upfront price.
  • Blocks non Android Market apps.

Expert reviews and ratings

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By Android Central on -

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By TechReviewSource on 60

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By T3 Magazine on -

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By GSMArena on -

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 runs on the latest edition of the Android tablet-friendly platform - Honeycomb 3.2. Samsung have also equipped the slate with their home-brewed TouchWiz UI customizations. In theory, this should mean user experience nearly...

By eTech Reviews on -

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By itreviews.com on 80

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By PCWorld New Zealand on -

#5 in our 2011 Tablet Countdown.Samsung's Galaxy Tab is a cute little tablet, with a white back and a 7-inch form factor. Unlike its bigger, newer sibling, the Galaxy Tab 10.1v, it’s not running Android’s new tablet-optimised operating...

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By cnet on 73

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By PC World on 70

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By Hardware Secrets on -

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