I hope samsung put the unlock codes in these too, like the Galaxy S.
anyway count me out on this i need something that i can also use for talking.. its not that hard to include voicecalls in this right?? that is the big edge of this one if ever.. and i hope if this will happen it compatible with the JABRA bluetooth headset hahahahahah
[deleted post]wowww...it is so nice...i love it...hop i'll one this soon...hehehehe
Prices of tablets must come down or they will never emulate the sales successes of netbooks.
heyy, 02 Oct 2010what is all those people's problem ? how can 7 inches tablet be more mobile from 10 inches ... morehow sad all you are interested in is the accessories, should be about the capabilities of the item , not its fashion standings, but then agian i suppose this is what happens with metrosexualisation
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2010for 700 euros i could buy a laptop and a smartphone and still have change 35 a month for 2 ... moreThe Archosaurs doesn't have a cellphone radio so cannot access Google services like the Android market.
Luke, 02 Oct 2010Quite easily you need two hands to hold an ipad
one for a tab,
you don't need a bag for... moreWhat, is this 1992?
Are cargo pants back in fashion?
Maybe Fanny Packs will make a comeback!
heyy, 02 Oct 2010what is all those people's problem ?
how can 7 inches tablet be more mobile from 10 inches ... moreQuite easily you need two hands to hold an ipad
one for a tab,
you don't need a bag for the tab, it literally fits in your pocket,
what is all those people's problem ?
how can 7 inches tablet be more mobile from 10 inches one ? you need a bag to carry both.
how can a thick tablet be more mobile than thinner one ? also plastic body is too cheap like phone version of galaxy.
and apple has the largest accessory support from companies. don't forget that, there is louis vouitton cases for fashion people and leather cases for men.
The galaxy tab is awesome.
ipad is too big to take with you and use when travelling, the tab "fits in your jacket pocket",
plus its got multiplayer hd games, loads of cool features on it and you can use office docs on it.
i'll be there on nov 1st
Honestly,now...is there anyone out there interested in this oversized and overpriced android phone? Unfortunately, the tablets have started off in the wrong direction, mainly thanks to apple who tried to milk their customers for more money by making the Ipad so ill-equiped that it couldn't run the normal desktop IOS and had to run the one from an ipod (obviously less demanding).
The only advantage this Samsung tablet has over a galaxy S in my opinion is the larger screen; so why not buy a Galaxy S and a pico-projector? You get the best of both worlds: portability and a large screen...
Archos 9 £459
8.9" touchscreen 1024 x 600
runs windows 7
wifi & bluetooth
and still loads cheaper than this
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2010here in italy its out today (oct 1) at 700 euro price without plan for 700 euros i could buy a laptop and a smartphone and still have change
35 a month for 2 years get you a galaxy s free with minutes, data and txt
and for 700 i can get a high end laptop that will play game, do a lot more than the tab and connect it to surf through my phone
guna give this a miss.
archos 7 is a 7" andriod tablet and they sell for less than £200
Android-based Motorola i886 – the first iDEN phone with two keyboards (QWERTY included)
After launching the Moto Clutch and the Moto i1, Motorola has probably thought it would be a good idea to take two of these iDEN devices’ main features and put them in a new handset, namely the Motorola i886.
The i886 runs Android (like the i1) and has a full QWERTY keyboard (like the Clutch – well, almost like the Clutch, because the i886’s keyboard is a sliding one). It even has a second, alphanumeric keyboard – and I believe it’s the first Android device to have this form factor (it’s the first iDEN one, for sure).
The phone features GPS, accelerometer, Push-to-Talk, Bluetooth, Web browser, 2MP camera with video recording, and MicroSD card support.
The Motorola i886 is not yet announced, but the FCC has just approved it, providing at the same time the handset’s User’s Guide (where all the above info was found).
Sprint / Boost Mobile could launch the handset in the US, although we have no idea when, and neither for what price. But we’ll keep you posted.