Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Reviews
"Samsung's on the right track, but the price might still be a bit too high."
"Although the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is the clear successor to the original, it's hardly an upgrade. It's not materially better than the OG version -- in fact, it's worse in almost every way -- and now Samsung finds itself in a market where it can't compete as effectively as it used to."
"The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 comes up short in performance, features, and value compared with competing tablets."
"With its 10.1-inch screen, this is the Samsung tablet that competes most directly with Appleâ€˜s flagship â€œpost PCâ€ product. And with a price $100 cheaper than the entry-level iPad (for the same 16GB of storage), the $400 Tab is certainly a temptress for tablet buyers."
"The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Â is a fairly good choice for people who want to save $100 to $175 (32 GB models) on the purchase of a secondary computing device."
"While the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 offers a couple of new features, it appears to be a very similar a device to its predecessor. The Infrared port and remote control software is a nice touch, as is the fact it will run the latest Android software, but this isn't the big upgrade most people were hoping for."
"Strangely, rather than concocting something bigger and more immense, theyâ€™ve decided to go towards the affordability route, as the tablet launches with a specs sheet similar to its predecessor."