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Samsung Galaxy Tab review

Mark Peters
IFA Report
Saturday 25th, December 2010
Posted by: Mark Peters

During the IFA 2010, the Samsung Galaxy Tab was shown and a few months later, the Tab has seen a phased introduction and is now available in different countries. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet can be comfortably held in one hand, just like holding a Smartphone, although you will notice its weight after a while. I put the tablet flat on the table to keep working with it. Operation is intuitive and the tabletís buttons in combination with the touch control make it easy to navigate. The memory card slot for the microSD / SDHC cards and the SIM slot are found on the side of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. In addition, the on/off button and the volume button are neatly integrated into the side. The front of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, there is a VGA camera for video calling, and a 3 Megapixel digital camera is on the back.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab review

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Tuesday 7th, September 2010

IFA 2010 report - Samsung announced the launch of the Samsung GALAXY Tab (Model: Samsung GT-P1000). Powered by Google Android Operating System 2.2, the Samsung GALAXY Tab is the first of the companyís tablet devices, representing a new category of mobile products for Samsung. The new Samsung GALAXY Tab brings together all of Samsung's leading innovations to provide users with more capabilities while on the move. Consumers are able to experience PC-like web-browsing and enjoy all forms of multimedia content on the perfectly sized 7-inch display, wherever they go. Samsung GALAXY Tab users can communicate via e-mail, voice and video call, SMS/MMS or social network with the optimized user interface.

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Creative ZEN PMP

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Saturday 1st, September 2007

Creative introduced the Creative ZEN PMP, the credit card-sized music, video and photo player with a stunning 2.5-inch color screen that supports up to 16.7 million colors. The new Creative ZEN portable media player is the first Creative player to support AAC music and unprotected iTunes Plus tracks from the iTunes store, in addition to MP3 and WMA formats. You can now listen to up to 4,000 of your favorite tracks that you have ripped from CDs through your iTunes software. The Creative ZEN can carry up to 60 hours of video or thousands of photos, and it features an SD memory slot, so you can add virtually limitless additional storage capacity and easily bring new music, video or photos to the player.

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The IFA show in Berlin is definitely the place to be to experience the latest in mobile imaging. Smartphones become high-end by the day and combined with the smart and often innovative Apps these compact electronic devices are integrated into our daily lives. The latest cell phones show that they have changed into multitalented communication devices. Think of it and it is there. GPS, Music & and Video, High Definition, Video conference, High-res camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Apps, Fast processors, Large storage capacity, Super AMOLOD display, etc, etc. And the smartphone is still developing itself by the day. The mobile imaging industry is big, and is changing our social lives and our business importantly. Stay tuned, bookmark the special IFA 2010 report and enjoy the latest on mobile imaging.