|Looks like the new Galaxy Tab to be a promising competitor to the iPad and it does offer a way to connect external storage devices.|
So I guess my bottom-line advice is this: at price parity, the iPad 2 is a better bet for the average user, since it’s a more stable, near-perfect device with a rich assortment of apps for nearly every possible function you’d like to perform on your tablet. Therefore, unless you’ve got a grudge against Apple for some reason, or are enamored with the idea of having a more configurable tablet, there’s not a lot of justification to go with the less mature, less established device at the same price.
From: Tablet smackdown: Galaxy Tab 10.1 vs. iPad 2
At present, we can safely say that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the best of the rest. It is the closest thing to an iPad competitor - if such a thing exists. It boasts of a sublime slim form factor making it the most portable tablet in the market and also has an impressive OS, which is only shot down by the lack of apps.
While all this is nice, we do have issues, which TouchWiz UX as it slows down the general performance of the tablet. In spite of all the good things we have to say about it, we still cannot recommend it over the iPad - at least not till the apps situation drastically improves for Honeycomb.
From: Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 - NDTVGadgets.com
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