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Today, Samsung finally launched its GALAXY Tab 10.1 in Australia.
Last Friday, the Australia’s High Court lifted the sales ban of Samsung’s shoulders, and now Australian shoppers will have the opportunity to purchase a Galaxy Tab, in time for the Christmas shopping season.
Today, Samsung Electronics Australia, announced the launch of its GALAXY Tab 10.1 slim and light tablet, which will run Samsung’s customised version of Android 3.1 Honeycomb.
Panasonic will showcase its 10.1-inch TOUGHPAD FZ-A1 rugged tablet at the Tokyo Big Sight – Tokyo International Exhibition Center, in Japan (tomorrow).
The TOUGHPAD FZ-A1 rugged tablet is Panasonic’s new entry in the business oriented tablet sector. The slate is packed with premium security features like FIPS 140-X Level 2, which is adding requirements for physical tamper-evidence and role-based authentication – System On a Chip (SoC), and offers the most rugged, reliable and enterprise-appropriate tablet experience developed especially for business users.
Yesterday, Samsung announced the launch of its new 7-inch Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus – Android 3.2 tablet.
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus offers a portable, rich multimedia experience on a 7-inch WSVGA (1024×600) PLS display, packed with power and productivity into a premium lightweight design. The tablet runs Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb and provides enhanced portability, weighing only 345g and measuring at just 9.96mm thin.
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus delivers powerful performance thanks to its 1.2GHz dual-core multitasking processor. The tablet supports Full HD videos and various video formats on its 7-inch WSVGA (1024×600) PLS display. Web browsing is also enhanced by Adobe Flash and super-fast HSPA connectivity, providing download speeds up to three times faster than a conventional HSPA connection. Also, Wi-Fi Channel Bonding combines two channels into one, improving network connectivity and data transfer speeds.
Sony announced the launch dates for Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P (previously known as – Sony Tablet S1 and Sony Tablet S2).
The first two Sony Tablet models combine unique hardware, content and network services with seamless usability to create an exciting new world of network entertainment experiences. Both tablets were announced at the end of April, this year with Android 3.0 and now the WiFi models are equipped with Android 3.1 (upgradable to Android 3.2) and the Wi-Fi/3G models are equipped with Android 3.2.