Well, it is finally here; the reboot of one of the first Google supported Android tablets: the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Where as the original Tab shipped with Android 2.2 Froyo, the newer version that is available now through Amazon is equipped with Android 3.2 Honeycomb which is meant for tablets. Measuring it at 10mm thick and .76 pounds this thing is small and light but that is not reflected in the price.
$399.99 will start you off with 16GB of internal storage and upgrading to 32GB will run you $499.99. Is Honeycomb and TouchWiz enough to constitute such a high price? Amazon’s own Kindle Fire launches next week for only $199.99. While it does not run Honeycomb it has a dual-core processor just like the Tab 7.0 Plus. Who is going to win this fight?