Samsung Galaxy 7.7 Tablet

| September 8, 2011 | Comments

The team over at Samsung takes their tablets regularly and they don’t skip on medicine when it comes to producing line after line of technology that will give Apple rivals a run for their money.

Not content with simply just turning out a repackaged number with old tablet power simply redressed, Samsung constantly seek to develop more power and refinement within their gadgetry line up.

Held recently in Germany, the IFA 2011 witnessed the arrival of Samsung’s latest number, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 which creates a close hybrid between the designing that’s gone into this technology partnered with the fantastic portable capabilities it offers.

Showing off with a quite amazing ‘Super AMOLED’ display screen in its casing and HSPA+ ability, the 7.7 provides a mass of colour spectrum which offers more distinction with lighter and darker colours, all positively bursting out of the screen at you.

Unsurprisingly the tablet has a 7.7 inch screen dimension which is pretty much perfectly sized for optimum use and its weight won’t lug you down much either as the wafer 7.89mm tech comes in at just 335g!

Internally the Galaxy Tab pumps out its stuff using a 3.2 Honeycomb system on Android which is breathed life via the 1.4GHz dually based chip. All that’s powered by a heavyweight 5,100 mAh battery offering that gives almost half a day’s worth of video presentation!

Memory cards can easily be bunged in using the microSD opening, easily take snapshots using the 3mpx camera on board and even use the Tab 7.7 as a universal remote controller. Watch out iPad 2, your number could be up!





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