We already wrote a detailed review of the Galaxy Tab S7 so now we'd like to cover the slightly pricier Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is similar to the S7 tablet in many ways. But it also differs in some very important aspects that will enhance the overall experience when using it. So be sure to follow along to find out the subtle differences between the S7 tablet and the Tab S7 Plus.
A new model has emerged from Samsung in their premium range tablet category. The release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S is meant to do stir things up in the premium tablet department by providing consumers a worthy opponent to the iPad Pro and also steal some of Apple's user base in case they ever think about switching to Android with the help of the Galaxy Tab S7.
A lot of you still seemed awfully interested in Polaris Office 3.0, we’ve already covered about the reason it may not be available in the Android Market. We’ve also had a quick run through of its features. Still this isn’t…
We has had an Android 3.0-powered tablet in the office for a couple of weeks now, which has given us plenty of time to figure out which apps are essential right now. We don’t have a lot to choose from, of course, as even the big name developers haven’t rushed to make their apps work well with larger screens. But there are enough that we’ve quickly become reliant on for our working lives.