"Does everything, my laptop is obsolete"4.0 starson by pckline
Pros: 3.1 Honeycomb interface; native 5-screen Pentagon format feels custom tailored for a 10.1 inch display.Very easy to set up the 5 home screens for work, entertainment, whatever. Gray back is a good step for Samsung, looks extremely smooth
Cons: Well, there are two, albeit small and not entirely specific to the Galaxy 10.1. First, as with any full-sized tablet, you need a bag, briefcase, manbag, something to carry it in. Second, would've loved to have seen a dual-core processor.
Summary: Very good tablet. Apple clearly has the upper-hand here, and while I hate to give Apple credit for anything, they earned the lead because they had the insight to, again, think iPod here, produce a new product, and they are reaping the rewards of being first. The Galaxy 10.1, however, is the best contender to date. Just look how hard Apple is fighting the release of the Galaxy in Europe (they've received a temporay injunction banning the sale of the Galaxy 10.1). They know that their market-share is going to drop as more and more Android tablets come to market. Anyway....like I said earlier, my laptop hasn't moved since I purchased the Galaxy. It really has mastered the utility of a tablet; long battery life, looks great sitting on your coffee table, and most importantly, ease of use. Hit the power button, do the slide, and tap that app;done. Also, the claims that the Android app store is lacking in any way is rubbish. If you can't find an app for whatever it is that you need to do, then you are into some serious non-mainstream stuff. I see the appeal of an iPad, but the flash support issue really is a deal-breaker. Total ease of use when opening any webpage and being able to watch the video embedded in the text of a story. If html5 was right on the horizon then I could at least see the argument. But it's not, so I don't. The Galaxy 10.1 trumps all other tablets trying to catch up to the tablet bandwagon, and, while it may not be driving like the iPad, it's definitely got its' feet up, resting comfortably, knowing the iPad isn't going anywhere without it.