MY REVIEWS FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB IN #INDIBLOGGER
I am writing this post after checking the pros and cons of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. I didn’t want to write just simply without reviewing the tablet as I wanted to experience the Samsung Galaxy Tab as a user not just write. I write what I implement or experiments on the gadgets
I can directly tell this tablet is in directly competition with IPad of Apple. Or it’s just an Alternative of Ipad for gadgets Freaks who are looking for affordable price
The Tablets looks very good when handling and the user interface is also smooth, and I found that lots of applications which are supporting it is also free and paid. The HSPA and in built Modem acts very fast to get access to internet via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
The android markets for the Galaxy Tablets rocks! The motion technology is also quite interesting. After all this how could I miss the Phone functionality which is very important where you can’t find this option in IPAD. With this option we can cover the MMS & SMS messaging along with the Voice Calls
The apps of the social hub are also quite interesting. Now let’s get to the pros and cons of the SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB
PROS of Samsung Galaxy Tab
- Light weight where we can carry anywhere and slim I can tell this will revolutionize the market
- Upgradable to any version of the software which is built on it
- Bright Screen usable in direct sunlight
- User Interface is very good
- Dual Camera with video recording facilities
- Battery Life seems to be as I was continual browsing non stop
CONS of Samsung Galaxy Tab
- The main I would like to inform about the cons is the price as it is the range of the IPAD, whereas there are few more branded tablets available when targeting to the Indian industry. If the price was lower it would be very good to swipe the markets
- I don’t know whether this tablets support the voice calls
- There is no USB option if that was there it would consider very well. Since most of us use the external drives/ thumb
drives may be a working professional or we can use to connect the keyboards and work easily
- The Image quality is not much impressive as I have interviewed few people and takes some snapshots it seems to be blurry. The camera quality has to be improved. I am using the Samsung products sine more than 3 years.
- Now the major point is everyone is looking for HD or BluRay I don’t find any option to record a video in HD or Bluray format
- I have checked personally that most of the flash based websites don’t work
- And some of the movie formats also don’t open if there was a codec available which would work on any type of videos would be good.
- Multi-tasking response is very slow we need to close most of the Apps to increase the performance speed.
- The other major option i would love to have is reading books i mean voice based. Where tablets read the eBooks so that the user can listen to it may be while travelling, or any other. it would not
provide the user any stress to eyes
Overall I can tell that this tablet is mostly considered for business people. If it was for average people or any student’s organization I would consider myself to get a few
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If there was any question about the significance of the iPhone 3GS’s impressive video functionality, here’s your answer: YouTube reports that in the six days since the iPhone 3GS was released last week, the number of mobile uploads has increased by a whopping 400%. For a single phone model to have such a major impact on the site is simply phenomenal.
Even without the iPhone, YouTube is seeing major growth across the entire mobile space — the site has seen uploads go up 1700% over the last six months. It’s not hard to guess why. Video-enabled smartphones are becoming increasingly popular, as are high speed data connections. YouTube also attributes part of the growth to a streamlined upload flow (note how easy it is to upload a video from your iPhone to the site), as well as its improved sharing capabilities (you can now syndicate your videos to services like Facebook and Twitter).
As the still-nascent iPhone 3GS continues to take off and more people figure out how to use the video sharing functionality, these figures are going to skyrocket. Other phones are increasingly getting in on the action too, like Android phones, which introduce direct-to-YouTube uploads with the 1.5 Cupcake update.
The implications for this are huge. Lowering the barrier to uploading a video will probably result in an increase in the silly user-generated content that litters YouTube, but it will also streamline the uploading of more significant videos. As our commenters point out, an increase in mobile uploads could very well spur the ‘iReporter’ movement, as citizens upload video taken at the scene of a newsworthy event as soon as it happens (we need look no further than the protesting and tragedies in Iran for examples).
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We all know that Apple is closing in on a billion app downloads in the App Store. Currently, the counter on the main Apple.com claims it’s about 10 million away from the major number. But, Apple apparently already knows when the billion mark is going to be passed, because the billion celebration page is ready to go and can easily be accessed, right now.
And we know the exact time Apple is predicting when it will cross the mark — at least, right now (more below): 1:24:06 AM PST on April 23. Simply go to your system settings and set the date and time to anytime after that mark, and reload the main Apple page. You’ll be greeted by big picture on the landing page reading, “Thanks a billion. Over a billion downloads in just nine months. Only on the App Store.”
And actually, if you change to a before the mark Apple has set, you can see the counter advance closer and closer towards the billion mark.
Of course, this means that the number is at least somewhat tied (update below) to your computer’s clock rather than an actual billion app sales mark being triggered. Not that it’s all that surprising. After all, with so many apps being sold every second, can you really expect Apple to do anything other than estimate? This would be an issue though if said it was giving away a prize to the person who specifically downloaded the billionth app (it’s not).
Update: It looks like Apple is constantly tweaking the exact timing based on the following text file, as commenter Robert notes below. As of right now, the rate of Apps being sold appears to be slowing down, pushing the time out a bit.
Free entertainment hub Boxee keeps on getting better and better. A couple of hours ago, the venture-backed startup released a full API that allows developers to build applications for the open-source platform using a set of API calls in Python and writing the GUI using XML. At the same time, the company is laying the groundwork for a richer App Box, which it refers to as an open application store where they are not the gatekeeper (like Apple for its iPhone App Store) but rather a facilitator.
Heck, they’re even prepared to act as middleman for connecting freelance web developers with companies looking to leverage their API. Hard not to love that type of company.
Boxee is today also introducing a new test version of the Boxee alpha version for Mac and Apple TV (get it here for Intel Mac OS X 10.4+), adding two applications that were built using the brand new API. The new Boxee alpha comes with a lot of music goodness as it includes both Pandora, the popular music streaming service, and RadioTime, which enables their users to access over 100,000 traditional radio stations from across the globe.
This comes right off the heels of the introduction of a (basic) iPhone application.
The new version of the software for Mac and Apple TV features support for Hulu too, but in the work-around way, i.e. using a custom browser built on top of Mozilla technology (sort of like a stripped down Firefox). As you know, Hulu is doing everything it can to keep its content from being streamed on Boxee, while Boxee is doing much of the same to do the exact opposite.
Boxee says it’s now working on updated versions for Ubuntu and Windows.