Sunday, September 5, 2010
Samsung enters the field of flat computers with the Galaxy Tab, a device that tries to compete with the iPad ftom Apple.
Galaxy Tab was presented at the IFA exhibition in Berlin. The device uses Google's Android and initially will be available a model 7-inch screen and memory 16 or 32 GB that can be extended with the use of a memory card. The Tab supports connection via Bluetooth, wi-fi and mobile networks, has embedded chip GPS and gyro mechanism that automatically adjusts the display depending on how you hold the device. Samsung has not announced prices for equipment weighing 380 grams, and promises to enrich the series in 2011.