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Does anyone own/played around with an Android powered tablet, yet? I think they're actually pretty cool. Today I went to Staples and noticed the Motorola Xoom and Dell Streak 7 tablets on display.

I went with trying out the Streak 7 because it was the closest to me. Smiley Tongue You know, that thing is actually pretty cool! A good size and pretty easy to work. I didn't know it had a camera, so that was kind of cool. And it's pretty much just like my phone, so there's more Android at it's finest!

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Does anyone own/played around with an Android powered tablet, yet? I think they're actually pretty cool. Today I went to Staples and noticed the Motorola Xoom and Dell Streak 7 tablets on display.

I went with trying out the Streak 7 because it was the closest to me. Smiley Tongue You know, that thing is actually pretty cool! A good size and pretty easy to work. I didn't know it had a camera, so that was kind of cool. And it's pretty much just like my phone, so there's more Android at it's finest!

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I agree. I've had good experiences with Samsungs in the past, too. That could contribute to the reason why I currently have one. Smiley Tongue I wouldn't mind a Galaxy Tab to go along with my Galaxy S. It would sort of be just like a larger version of my phone, only without the calling capability.

I don't know if I would hold this up to my ear to talk into as a phone, as it is a rather large tablet...but I think speakerphone would work just as good. Smiley Wink

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I agree. I've had good experiences with Samsungs in the past, too. That could contribute to the reason why I currently have one. Smiley Tongue I wouldn't mind a Galaxy Tab to go along with my Galaxy S. It would sort of be just like a larger version of my phone, only without the calling capability.

I don't know if I would hold this up to my ear to talk into as a phone, as it is a rather large tablet...but I think speakerphone would work just as good. Smiley Wink

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Yep I think thats what goes thru the thought of many initially. Ive always used blootooth or speaker anyway and would expect that method if large tabs had calling capabilities.... I can see myself otherwise holding a slab next to my face. Smiley Very Happy
Yep I think thats what goes thru the thought of many initially. Ive always used blootooth or speaker anyway and would expect that method if large tabs had calling capabilities.... I can see myself otherwise holding a slab next to my face. Smiley Very Happy
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That would look just plain odd! They're relatively heavy for a "cell phone", too, with most weighing in at more than one pound.

I wonder how silly one would look if they did that. I tried to look for a picture on Google images for a person holding a tablet up to their ear as a cell phone, but couldn't find any. I guess the thought never crossed people's minds. Smiley Tongue

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That would look just plain odd! They're relatively heavy for a "cell phone", too, with most weighing in at more than one pound.

I wonder how silly one would look if they did that. I tried to look for a picture on Google images for a person holding a tablet up to their ear as a cell phone, but couldn't find any. I guess the thought never crossed people's minds. Smiley Tongue

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Thats why the Dell Streak was the perfect tablet/phone. It has the features of both. Coupled with a very crisp screen larger than any cellphone but smaller that the 10inch tab made it very comfortab le to hold, or even call direct from the phone to the ear. Web browsing, you prob can telll is just like using a mini laptop. All those pics u see me post are simultaneously done while responding to a post and browzing for a pic and downloading at same time. Nice and smooth....


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Thats why the Dell Streak was the perfect tablet/phone. It has the features of both. Coupled with a very crisp screen larger than any cellphone but smaller that the 10inch tab made it very comfortab le to hold, or even call direct from the phone to the ear. Web browsing, you prob can telll is just like using a mini laptop. All those pics u see me post are simultaneously done while responding to a post and browzing for a pic and downloading at same time. Nice and smooth....


GAWWD I LUV MY DELL STREAK... Aint ashamed to say id love Mikey Dell too , if he bring "Streakn" Back! (wait,...didnt justin timberlake sing that song?....)
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Edited by Wild Banchi on Aug 31, 2011 at 1:33:28 PM
What a convenient set-up!

And yes, he did sing that song - "Se-xy Back", it's called. Smiley Wink

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What a convenient set-up!

And yes, he did sing that song - "Se-xy Back", it's called. Smiley Wink

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Lol, now what id like to know are differences between your galaxy and the curr galaxy released tab? What would intice you to the other?
Lol, now what id like to know are differences between your galaxy and the curr galaxy released tab? What would intice you to the other?
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 only has an internal memory space. It doesn't have a microSD slot for expandable memory.

That was the specification that killed the possibility of purchasing one for me.
Probably from mobile, maybe. Smiley Happy
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 only has an internal memory space. It doesn't have a microSD slot for expandable memory.

That was the specification that killed the possibility of purchasing one for me.
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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Im with you on that.. I got to have the ability to add mem. I got nothing against iphone but when I saw how you couldnt even open it, I knew not to go near it. Same with android tabs, if it doesnt have at least the ability to expand mem...its a nogo
Im with you on that.. I got to have the ability to add mem. I got nothing against iphone but when I saw how you couldnt even open it, I knew not to go near it. Same with android tabs, if it doesnt have at least the ability to expand mem...its a nogo
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Lol, now what id like to know are differences between your galaxy and the curr galaxy released tab? What would intice you to the other?
My phones is a Samsung Captivate - part of Samsung's 'Galaxy S' line. The words 'Galaxy S' itself is branded on the back of my phone. The Galaxy Tab is a bit different, because my phone is not a tablet. I suppose Samsung likes the name 'Galaxy', so they took it to their tablet division as well.

I'm not completely sure, but the Galaxy Tab may have Android 2.3 on it while my phone is running 2.2. I think it's a custom install from the previous owner, and I have seen the differences between 2.2 and the stock 2.1 with another friend's Captivate. Unless I had the chance to experiment and note the differences between my and my friend's phone, I am currently liking Android 2.2 better on my phone.

The Galaxy Tab would be the perfect follow-up to my Galaxy S. Although they would go great hand-in-hand, the HTC Flyer tablet has gotten my attention the most. Smiley Happy

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RicoLX wrote:
Lol, now what id like to know are differences between your galaxy and the curr galaxy released tab? What would intice you to the other?
My phones is a Samsung Captivate - part of Samsung's 'Galaxy S' line. The words 'Galaxy S' itself is branded on the back of my phone. The Galaxy Tab is a bit different, because my phone is not a tablet. I suppose Samsung likes the name 'Galaxy', so they took it to their tablet division as well.

I'm not completely sure, but the Galaxy Tab may have Android 2.3 on it while my phone is running 2.2. I think it's a custom install from the previous owner, and I have seen the differences between 2.2 and the stock 2.1 with another friend's Captivate. Unless I had the chance to experiment and note the differences between my and my friend's phone, I am currently liking Android 2.2 better on my phone.

The Galaxy Tab would be the perfect follow-up to my Galaxy S. Although they would go great hand-in-hand, the HTC Flyer tablet has gotten my attention the most. Smiley Happy

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Sounds like you have the perfect roadmap you would like to go tabletwise. Me, as far as my next android, it was going to be the "Opus" which was or "is" the next generation Streak tablet/phone. Chances are it will get released oversea and U.S. gets skipped.

I wont he surprized if other manufacturers begin releasing t he android tab/phone combo witha decent size screen.
Sounds like you have the perfect roadmap you would like to go tabletwise. Me, as far as my next android, it was going to be the "Opus" which was or "is" the next generation Streak tablet/phone. Chances are it will get released oversea and U.S. gets skipped.

I wont he surprized if other manufacturers begin releasing t he android tab/phone combo witha decent size screen.
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You're right. With your phone being somewhat half-phone half-tablet, those other phones, especially by HTC and Samsung, are getting mighty close to 5" displays with many on their phones ranging from 4.3" all the way up to 4.5".

It must be nice to have a hybrid. Smiley Wink

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You're right. With your phone being somewhat half-phone half-tablet, those other phones, especially by HTC and Samsung, are getting mighty close to 5" displays with many on their phones ranging from 4.3" all the way up to 4.5".

It must be nice to have a hybrid. Smiley Wink

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Edited by RicoLX on Sep 1, 2011 at 4:24:55 AM

LOL, i didnt think of it like that WB but cool!  a hybrid, the PRIUS of wireless! 

 

The thing about the View Sonic is it has a 7" screen with both phone and tablet capabilities ! 2" more than the streak

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOL, i didnt think of it like that WB but cool!  a hybrid, the PRIUS of wireless! 

 

The thing about the View Sonic is it has a 7" screen with both phone and tablet capabilities ! 2" more than the streak

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wow. As nice as it is, I would not rely on it to replace my phone...it's just too big to use as an everyday cell phone. Smiley Indifferent

Web browsing, however, is a different story. It's still a creative idea - phone and tablet merging.

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Wow. As nice as it is, I would not rely on it to replace my phone...it's just too big to use as an everyday cell phone. Smiley Indifferent

Web browsing, however, is a different story. It's still a creative idea - phone and tablet merging.

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Edited by RicoLX on Sep 1, 2011 at 8:45:47 AM

Definitely bluetooth or speaker for these types of devices. The streak is excellent for conference calls and when im walking around the streak is in a case while I am answeing calls via bluetooth. The same id with this. It would rest on my desk for conference speaker calls or stored in my briefcs while im using blootooth for calls, etc.. No, I dont intend to hold it like a conventional device. Doesnt cross my mind to do that....Smiley Very Happy

Definitely bluetooth or speaker for these types of devices. The streak is excellent for conference calls and when im walking around the streak is in a case while I am answeing calls via bluetooth. The same id with this. It would rest on my desk for conference speaker calls or stored in my briefcs while im using blootooth for calls, etc.. No, I dont intend to hold it like a conventional device. Doesnt cross my mind to do that....Smiley Very Happy

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That would be much more enticing, then. I can't even imagine how silly a person would look holding up a 7" tab-phone up to their ear... It would probably get dropped easily in that way. Smiley Tongue

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That would be much more enticing, then. I can't even imagine how silly a person would look holding up a 7" tab-phone up to their ear... It would probably get dropped easily in that way. Smiley Tongue

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Im with you on that thought. I dont think anyone, for that matter, would consider holding it to t he face as a norm. Im sure they anticipate using bluetooth. Same as if todays 10 tabs had phone capability, right? Smiley Happy
Im with you on that thought. I dont think anyone, for that matter, would consider holding it to t he face as a norm. Im sure they anticipate using bluetooth. Same as if todays 10 tabs had phone capability, right? Smiley Happy
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That's right!

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That's right!

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Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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C'mown now, Anndroid154! Ya spoiling me over here! With all these "TABLET CANDY" options, I am not going to know what to chose. NOW I think the bug done bit me! It most definitely will be one of the devices weve shared info today Smiley Wink (....well all but that $1,000 at&tainted chap, thats a nice piece but outrageously overpriced Smiley Very Happy )
C'mown now, Anndroid154! Ya spoiling me over here! With all these "TABLET CANDY" options, I am not going to know what to chose. NOW I think the bug done bit me! It most definitely will be one of the devices weve shared info today Smiley Wink (....well all but that $1,000 at&tainted chap, thats a nice piece but outrageously overpriced Smiley Very Happy )
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Smiley Happy Smiley Wink Smiley Very Happy

Hungry yet?
Probably from mobile, maybe. Smiley Happy
Smiley Happy Smiley Wink Smiley Very Happy

Hungry yet?
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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I like the Toshiba as opposed to the Lenovo, but the HTC Flyer still is my favorite. However, it's far from my price range compared to the Galaxy Tab and Lenovo IdeaPad A1 that fit it more competitvely. I don't think I'll ever get a tablet though - I don't really see a need for one. My phone and iPod work just fine.

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I like the Toshiba as opposed to the Lenovo, but the HTC Flyer still is my favorite. However, it's far from my price range compared to the Galaxy Tab and Lenovo IdeaPad A1 that fit it more competitvely. I don't think I'll ever get a tablet though - I don't really see a need for one. My phone and iPod work just fine.

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Ann154 wrote:
Smiley Happy Smiley Wink Smiley Very Happy

Hungry yet?

 

You Found My Weakness.. Im a gadget guy and gotta have em all, lol

Ann154 wrote:
Smiley Happy Smiley Wink Smiley Very Happy

Hungry yet?

 

You Found My Weakness.. Im a gadget guy and gotta have em all, lol
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Ann154 wrote:
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 only has an internal memory space. It doesn't have a microSD slot for expandable memory.

That was the specification that killed the possibility of purchasing one for me.

Why would it kill the possibility for you?  Considering that video compressed properly for the Tab 10.1 is around 1-2 GB/hour, this means that worst case, you'd have to plug in a thumb drive every few hours to transfer files onto the Tab.

 

A small price in convenience to pay for the Tab 10.1's thin form factor and high-quality display (Superior to any of the other Honeycomb devices I tried.)

 

Oh yeah, and in case it isn't obvious from my post - the $20 USB host adapter for the Tab 10.1 is a must-have accessory.  For the price of a 32GB Tab 10.1, you can get the 16 GB Tab 10.1, the USB host adapter, and two 32GB thumb drives.


Ann154 wrote:
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 only has an internal memory space. It doesn't have a microSD slot for expandable memory.

That was the specification that killed the possibility of purchasing one for me.

Why would it kill the possibility for you?  Considering that video compressed properly for the Tab 10.1 is around 1-2 GB/hour, this means that worst case, you'd have to plug in a thumb drive every few hours to transfer files onto the Tab.

 

A small price in convenience to pay for the Tab 10.1's thin form factor and high-quality display (Superior to any of the other Honeycomb devices I tried.)

 

Oh yeah, and in case it isn't obvious from my post - the $20 USB host adapter for the Tab 10.1 is a must-have accessory.  For the price of a 32GB Tab 10.1, you can get the 16 GB Tab 10.1, the USB host adapter, and two 32GB thumb drives.

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Thats not a bad alternate but Itoo, want my removable. Sdcard slot
Thats not a bad alternate but Itoo, want my removable. Sdcard slot
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@RicoLX, the Motorola XOOM has a microSD card slot.  I'm not sure if the Wi-fi only version has been updated to accept it yet, though, but the cellular version can use it.

 

@WB, I saw someone in a VZW store a while back holding the 7-inch Galaxy Tab up to his ear, pretending to be on the phone.  He was joking around, of course.  But it did look ridiculous.

 

I'm not sure if I posted it here, but the ultimate tablet-phone combination should be coming out by the end of this year.  It's called the Padfone.

@RicoLX, the Motorola XOOM has a microSD card slot.  I'm not sure if the Wi-fi only version has been updated to accept it yet, though, but the cellular version can use it.

 

@WB, I saw someone in a VZW store a while back holding the 7-inch Galaxy Tab up to his ear, pretending to be on the phone.  He was joking around, of course.  But it did look ridiculous.

 

I'm not sure if I posted it here, but the ultimate tablet-phone combination should be coming out by the end of this year.  It's called the Padfone.

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Edited by RicoLX on Sep 8, 2011 at 1:09:55 PM

21 ! Now THATS sleek! I was so afraid no post Dell Streak options would be available. Im tell you guys, the moment you do venture into a tablet/phone and we are talking about some "screenage", its very spoiling! You will love the combo and convenience

21 ! Now THATS sleek! I was so afraid no post Dell Streak options would be available. Im tell you guys, the moment you do venture into a tablet/phone and we are talking about some "screenage", its very spoiling! You will love the combo and convenience

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21stnow,
Have you received the instructions and/or packaging to get 4G LTE on your Xoom, yet?
Probably from mobile, maybe. Smiley Happy
21stnow,
Have you received the instructions and/or packaging to get 4G LTE on your Xoom, yet?
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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No, nothing yet.  I'm losing hope that I will, because there is a rumor that a 4G XOOM is coming out.

 

I was kind of torn on whether or not I actually wanted the LTE radio, because I saw the problems that VZW's 4G phones had.  Even though it bothers me that we don't get what was advertised, the tablet works fine now.  I would hate it if the 4G radio messed up a good thing.  Also, before I got the XOOM, I thought that I wouldn't mind mailing it back to Motorola.  Now that I'm attached to the XOOM, I don't want to send it back to them. 

 

I won't worry about it now.  I'll just wait to see what they tell us in the future.

No, nothing yet.  I'm losing hope that I will, because there is a rumor that a 4G XOOM is coming out.

 

I was kind of torn on whether or not I actually wanted the LTE radio, because I saw the problems that VZW's 4G phones had.  Even though it bothers me that we don't get what was advertised, the tablet works fine now.  I would hate it if the 4G radio messed up a good thing.  Also, before I got the XOOM, I thought that I wouldn't mind mailing it back to Motorola.  Now that I'm attached to the XOOM, I don't want to send it back to them. 

 

I won't worry about it now.  I'll just wait to see what they tell us in the future.

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Edited by RicoLX on Sep 12, 2011 at 3:38:26 AM

So, the Acer Icona is to be released on 09/18

 

10.1 inch tablet will run on Android Honeycomb 3.2 version

 

..... hmmm

 

 

The Acer Iconia Tab A501. Credit: Acer

So, the Acer Icona is to be released on 09/18

 

10.1 inch tablet will run on Android Honeycomb 3.2 version

 

..... hmmm

 

 

The Acer Iconia Tab A501. Credit: Acer

Me and My DELL Streak (TED-III)

ANDROID TABLETS: Acer Icona Set for 09/18/2011

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Here is the link to the information of the AT&T version.
Probably from mobile, maybe. Smiley Happy
Here is the link to the information of the AT&T version.
Probably from mobile, maybe. :)
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