"Fun device"on by elbenton
Pros Easier to use than an Android phone.
Cons It doesn't run Android 3.x or even 2.3.
Summary I like the large size of the icons and the apps on the Galaxy. I don't like squinting at my phone (Droid 2) to read emails, etc. When my phone contract expires I expect to downgrade to a voice-only phone and keep the Galaxy for mobile web/email access. The Galaxy, including its cover, will fit into the front pocket of my jeans.I forgot to mention that I have read various reports that claim that Samsung seriously degrades the hardware (CPU, graphics and others) of the WIFI-only Galaxy as compared to the 3G model. For this reason I bought a 3G model from Verizon.
Updated on Jun 23, 2011
Pros Fun toy.
Screen looks good & browser works on most websites.
Battery lasts all day with light use.
Cons Battery not replacable.
PPTP VPN broken
SIP (for VOIP) broken
Bugs in browser (shuts down unexpectedly)
Dead ended at Froyo (Android 2.2)
Summary I would recommend going with an iPad or waiting (can pre-order) something like the HTC Flyer. Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Tab is less expensive, but it's also not fully fuinctional (you get what you pay for). You cannot trust the reviews on th Samsung website. I've seen Samsung censor critical and honest (valid according to theier stated policy) reviews.