Samsung Galaxy 7 Plus..Great small tablet lost in iPad hoopla
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Samsung Galaxy 7 Plus..Great small tablet lost in iPad hoopla

As the tech world bubbled and frothed over the newest toy out of Cupertino Samsung quietly released the Galaxy Tab 7 Plus to retailers where it sat lost amid the hoopla over the latest iPad. Too bad.

Because it is a nice little tablet.. as good looking as its siblings the Galaxy Tab 8.9 and’s fast too, powered by a 1.26GHz dual core processor with 16 or 32 Gb of RAM the Plus 7 was as smooth as silk scrolling through pages and apps open quickly and runs smoothly as well.There are a few hiccups from Android 3.2 Gingerbread..not Google’s best product..which will certainly pass when it gets the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade. The screen is 1024 x 600 pretty standard for this size tablet..I would have preferred to see a slightly higher resolution..after all the smaller 5.3″ Galaxy note has a 1280 x 800 Super AMOLED screen. In any case you won’t feel shortchanged by the 7 Plus’s screen.

If you want a portable tablet and powerful that is perfect for taking on the will fit in a coat pocket or a purse then the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Plus is the one for you. Sure it is $150 more than the current 7″ ¬†darling the Amazon Kindle Fire¬†but, it is also much more tablet.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is available wherever Samsung Mobile products are sold for a competitive $349.99.

Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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