Waiting to lay your hands on the latest Android Honeycomb tablet? Well, if you are in the States, your wait is over because today Samsung releasing its latest Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the United States. The device is now available for pre-order at BestBuy. However, if pre-ordering isn’t an option for you and you want the tablet in your hands now, head to New York where the tablet is a actually available for purchase at the Best Buy Store in Union Square.
For reasons only known to Samsung, (lack of supply maybe?) they have decided to sell the product initially at only one location for the entire United States. If you live elsewhere in the country, you will need to wait until June 17, when the device will go on sale everywhere else.
As of now, Samsung is only releasing the Wi-Fi version of the tablet. This is available in two versions – the 16 GB and 32 GB version. The 32 GB version is priced at $599 while the 16 GB variant will be $100 cheaper at $400.
Here’s a quick look at the specs on this one. As you may already know, it runs Android Honeycomb and is powered by the famed Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor running at 1Ghz. It has a 10.1 inch display capable of a resolution of 1280*720. There are cameras at the front and the rear with resolutions of 2MP and 3MP respectively. Also, this is THE tablet to get if you like your tablets thin. That’s right, this beauty is even thinner than the not too old iPad 2 measuring just .34 inches thick.
Knowing the quality of the 7 inch Galaxy tab, this 10.1 inch tablet looks like it might be one of the premier Android Tablets on the market.