Samsung's Galaxy Tab (Sprint Version): Elegant, Promising Android Tablet

At a Glance

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  • Sprint Galaxy Tab (Sprint)

    This compact, solidly designed Android tablet seems pricey when you factor in the monthly data plan--and it’s even more expensive than the competition when you factor in the $30 wireless hotspot charge.

At a Glance

This compact, solidly designed Android tablet seems pricey when you factor in the monthly data plan--and it’s even more expensive than the competition when you factor in the $30 wireless hotspot charge.

Pros

  • Manageable size is conducive for one-handed use
  • Brilliant, bright screen
  • Comes with 16GB MicroSD Card

Cons

  • Proprietary connection port
  • Slow to recharge
  • Sprint charges extra for mobile hotspot feature
  • Screen doesn't support high-definition video
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