Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Samsung claims the middle tablet


The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is one Goldilocks would love.

It’s the Android tablet that slips neatly in between a full-sized tablet with a 10-inch screen and a larger smart phone with a 4-inch display. One is too big for a coat pocket, the other too small for movies or serious work.

For some people, the Tab’s 7.7-inch screen size will be just right. It has a gorgeous high-resolution screen that doesn’t quite match the Retina display on the new iPad, but looks pretty close.

Samsung does match Apple for a clean design and a super-thin body. And the tablet comes with a full complement of features, including front and rear cameras, a memory card expansion slot, Bluetooth, WiFi and Verizon’s 4G LTE network.

Available at Verizon stores and online, the tablet costs about $500 with a two-year contract.


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