As was announced during Mobile World Congress and CTIA 2011, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 stands as the top of the current Samsung lineup of tablets above the Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy Tab 7. Just as we reported on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 during Mobile World Congress, this tablet is set to ship running Android Honeycomb 3.0 on a 1GHZ dual-core processor with a redesigned Touch Wiz 4.0 interface made specifically for tablets. Samsung has made quite a few enhancements to their Touch Wiz UI to really bring out some core features of the Galaxy Tab. Sprint just announced their HTC Evo View 4G, which is Sprint’s first tablet announced during CTIA 2011. The Evo View 4G will run on a revamped version of HTC Sense designed to run specifically for tablets. The iPad 2 launched here in the U.S. on March 11th introducing new features including a dual-core processor and front/rear cameras. Of course, let’s not forget the Motorola Xoom that launched February 24th with it’s 10.1? size screen and Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor. The Blackberry PlayBook is also a big player in this field appealing to many die-hard RIM fans all over the world. With all these tablet’s being introduced into the marketplace, how do you choose?
These tablets are being produced thinner, lighter, and more powerful than ever before. Their price point also makes them very competitive with consumers searching to find a portable solution for their needs which typically brought them to buy a laptop. However, with the amount of horsepower these tablets are packing along with their amazing capabilities, remind me again what I need a laptop for?