For those interested in reading ebooks on an Android tablet (other than the Kindle Fire) Samsung is the obvious choice. Their tablet lineup, however, is very confusing. GottaBeMobile has an excellent round-up of the current Samsung offerings, along with comparison tables and recomendations. Here’s the beginning:
Samsung’s newest tablet, the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, goes on sale this weekend for $249. It will be the fourth 7-inch Galaxy Tab the company has released in the past couple of years and is very close in design and hardware to the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which came out at the end of last year.
And let’s not forget the recently released Galaxy Tab 7.7 on Verizon Wireless…
Yeah, navigating all of this can be a bit confusing, so I put together a Guide to the Galaxy Tab to help you sort them out. Below is a list of all the Samsung tablets either currently on sale or announced for this year starting with 10-inch devices and moving on down. (I know I’m cheating a little by including the Galaxy Note, but it’s a tablet!)
All of the main prices listed are for the Wi-Fi only versions unless otherwise indicated. Carrier pricing is with a two-year contract.