Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inch GT-P1000 / GT-P1010
Still the best non iPad tablet.
Plans include WiFi hotspots.
Not much bloatware.
Responsive 7-inch screen.
GPS, Bluetooth, and full access to Google's suite of mobile apps, including Android Market.
High upfront price.
Blocks non Android Market apps.
AT&T's own apps are subpar.
Bigger and better tablets are priced in the same ballpark.
Screen doesn't support high definition video.
Proprietary connection port.
Doesn't replace your phone, laptop
No WiFi only model.
High prices on most carriers.
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By DigitalReviews on March 22, 2012
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By Pocketnow on January 23, 2012
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By Android Central on November 15, 2011
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By AnandTech on October 21, 2011
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By IT PRO on September 05, 2011
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By T3 Magazine on September 02, 2011
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By TechReviewSource on September 01, 2011
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By T3 Magazine on September 01, 2011
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By GSMArena on September 01, 2011
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