Samsung Galaxy Tablet Vs Ipad

Mary asks…

Asus EEE Pad Transformer Vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?

So im looking for a tablet, i dont want and iPad as i already have an iPhone and want a tablet to use seperatly so i can experiance Android, I looked at current tablets and cant decide on which one out of the two mentioned, my priorities are performance, which are apparently identical on the two, and then there overlay on Android.

sandwalker answers:

Galaxy is the better tablet, but i got an EEE because i need it for work and the keyboard dock/battery is essential – i will be getting the EEE prime when it comes o ut, unless it turns out shite.

Linda asks…

Should I get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or Motorola Xoom Wifi?

Hi people,

I’ve recently been considering getting a tablet. And, with all due respect, although the iPad is great in its own unique way, I am looking towards the Android market; the Android user interface is what I prefer.

Therefore, I was wondering if anybody had any opinions between getting the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and getting the Xoom Wifi. I know the galaxy tab comes out in June while the Xoom comes out on March 27th. Looking at the specifications for each, they are practically identical. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a hundred dollars cheaper (Tab $499 vs Xoom $599). However, the price isn’t much of a “barrier to buy” for me.

Would really like any honest opinion. Thank you!

sandwalker answers:

I spent a lot of time reviewing iPad2 and Motorola Xoom. However, in my opinion, with Samsung’s 10.1 announcement today, Motorola Xoom will almost be outdated. I was contemplating between the two tablets myself, but Samsung being lighter and thinner than iPad2, Samsung will definitely be my first choice. I also like the Samsung’s enhanced UI. Good luck.

Thomas asks…

Apple Vs. Samsung Lawsuit Full of Secret Combat?

The biggest legal battle for the technology industry is playing out in a federal court in Silicon Valley, where Apple is trying to stop Samsung from selling Galaxy phones and tablets in the United States.

In the lawsuit, filed in April, Apple accuses Samsung of “slavishly” ripping off its designs for the iPad and iPhone. Although there is worldwide interest in the case, the proceedings have largely been shrouded behind a veil of secrecy: most of the court papers are sealed, meaning they can’t be viewed by the public.

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sandwalker answers:

Release the documents for public review, especially when the company is selling shares of stock to the public

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