Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 997reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by AndroidLover45 Comfortable and sleek I picked up my galaxy tab on father's day and i'm very happy with this device. It boots up quickly, its light weight and the screen is nice and bright. I've had some experience with other android honeycomb 3.0 tablets and this one seems to have the best and smoothest web browsing experience. My only complaint is its difficult to transfer files to and from the device through the usb for some odd reason. Overall this is a wonderful tablet to own. 06/21/2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Luvtablet Slim and lighweight Slim and lightweight. Faster response time. The only downside is it doesn't support Skype video chatting at this time. Hope this issue will be resolved sooner than later. Also, watching live video stream is slow as compared to the PC or laptop. 06/20/2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Oshawott A True Android Experience So far I've had a great experience with my Tab. I've used it with almost every video, mp3, and app that I had. While it was easy to pick up and use from the get-go, it still has tons of customizability and features for the hardcore Android user. It's size is just perfect in either portrait or landscape. I picked up typing on the keyboard within the first 10 minutes of use, and now I enjoy it quite a lot. 06/19/2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by broomulack raw operating system, but very well-designed I had a Motorola xoom when it was released, and an issue with verizon caused me to sell it. I loved the honeycomb/android combo, though, and when I sold out and got an Ipad 2, I missed honeycomb. I went and bought the galaxy tab 10.1 and ive been using it for a week now.Bottom line is that the os is buggy, but very well designed. One very poor app is the built-in browser. The design itself is actually pretty good, but there are several issues I've run into performance-wise that are quite annoying. First, the browser randomly shuts down, killing all work in all open tabs in the process. Second, at times when encountering a drop down list, if it's an extensive enough list, the browser will freeze as you scroll, and then perform annoying step number 1 (shutting down). Ive tried a few of the browsers in the market, but they all use wap pages, which drives me up a wall.I've used both android and Ipad, and I tend to prefer android. I'm mostly an email/web surf/business user, so the disadvantage in the app store doesn't matter much to me; it has everything I need.This is a pretty good tablet, and assuming that honeycomb will be updated somewhat regularly and that developers will continue to make apps for android, this will be a fantastic choice for most. 06/19/2011