Wall Street Journal: Review – Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet Computer
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is smaller and lighter than the iPad, and less expensive on its own – though the price of a cellular contract from Verizon, Sprint or T-Mobile may put the total cost of ownership above iPad’s.
“After seven months of unchallenged prominence, Apple’s hot-selling iPad now has its first credible competitor in the nascent market for multitouch consumer tablet computers: the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
The Tab is being introduced over the next week by three major U.S. wireless phone carriers at $400 with a cellular data contract, or at $600 with cellular capability but no contract. The iPad starts at $499 for a Wi-Fi model with no cellular-data capability or contract, and is $629 for the least expensive model with cellular data capability but no contract.”