Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch – (White, Wi-Fi)

November 8, 2014 - Comment

Product Features Take hold of ultraportable slim and lightweight design Enjoy great performance, vivid visuals and superior audio Make the most of all your multimedia with smart usability Explore new content with WatchOn and Samsung Hub You can post this "Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch – (White, Wi-Fi)" image that's above on your blog/forum using

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Product Features

  • Take hold of ultraportable slim and lightweight design
  • Enjoy great performance, vivid visuals and superior audio
  • Make the most of all your multimedia with smart usability
  • Explore new content with WatchOn and Samsung Hub

Comments

tallpete33 says:

Why I swapped my Google Nexus 7 for this . . . . After a fair bit of research I bought the Nexus 7 (2013) as my first tablet very recently. I chose it on the basis of the hardware specs, good screen and generally favourable reviews. I though about an iPad (for all of 3 seconds) but didn’t consider them good value and was not keen to get locked into the apple ecosystem, ditto the new Kindle Fire hdx which is a lot of machine for the money but doesn’t give you access to the Play Store (without a bit of jiggery rootery pokery anyway) so you are limited there. For the record I’m not a Samsung or Android fanboy – the last thing I bought with Galaxy on it was made of chocolate and my phone is a Nokia running Windows which I love. Anyway, I bought the Nex and whilst fairly happy with it, I did have issues and when a gadget mad friend of mine bought this Galaxy into work, I was promptly won over. The seven incher went quietly but quickly back courtesy of Amazon’s exemplary customer service.Here’s why :1] Size matters…

D. Atkinson "Roamerdan" says:

Just the ticket!! I’m a dyed in the wool laptop user and have been since they were invented. I bought my wife an iPad last year and have been impressed with it (when I had a chance to try it). But have never been an Apple fan so, as we were going on holiday, I invested in an Android equivalent. Having read loads of reviews on all sorts of Tablets, I chose the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8 inch as a starter into the world of Tablets…Very impressed. It is simple to use and does everything I expect of it. It finds the Wi-Fi connections and connects when told to. The keyboard appears when I need to type and I can still see the box I’m typing in. (I have tried other tablets where the original screen disappears behind the text area where i’m typing). The screen is extremely sensitive to touch and reacts instantly. (occasionally too sensitive when reading a book). I still use my laptop on my desk for this kind of work (typing up reviews, writing emails etc.) ‘cos I spent most of my working life sat at a desk…

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