This is actually my third time having this tablet. I thought I had did a video on an unboxing of this before, but it appears that I haven’t. So here is an unboxing of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the multimedia dock. There’s a reason why I keep coming back to the Tab 10.1 and why its my favorite Android tablet. Mainly, the screen is what makes me love the Galaxy Tab 10.1. I use my Android tablets for watching YouTube, so you can see why having a great screen matters. They now have the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 out and the big difference is just that having ICS on it. However, I’m trying to wait for the Galaxy Note tablet to come out. Well here is the unboxing of the original 10.1
The Kindle Fire is a nice tablet for the $200 price point and if you are active within the Amazon ecosystem. However, it does has its limitations. Watch the video to see if this is the right product for you.
Going over the pros and cons of the HTC Flyer. Until the Blackberry Playbook get the basics (email, calendar, contacts, etc.), the HTC Flyer is the best 7″ device on the market, even with its mobile OS.
A lot of the hype around the HTC Flyer is ability for note-taking with their scribe pen. However, this pen is an accessory item not included with the tablet and will cost you $80+ tax if you want to use it. In this video, do a test between the scribe pen and a capacitive stylus to see if the scribe writes any better than the capacitive stylus would. You can get a capacitive stylus for under $10 and the scribe pen will cost you $80, however the scribe pen does have some additional features it can be used for. After looking at this video, you should have a better idea if the scribe pen will be worth the cost to you.
In this video, I will show you all of the widgets that comes on the HTC Flyer. If you are familiar with Sense user interface from HTC phones, then a lot of these widgets will look familiar to you. However, there are a few new ones that are are tablet related.
Finally, there is another 7″ tablet on the market and here are my first impressions on it.
Here is a stand you can use for pretty much any tablet. I ordered it off Amazon for about $13 and it’s well worth the purchase if you have a tablet. Check the Flickr gallery for pictures of the tablet stand in action.
A review of the Targus 360 case/stand for iPad 2.
Taking a look at the Targus capacitive stylus and one made by Young Life (a brand from Amazon). Do a head-to-head comparison against the two to see which is the better stylus.