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First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung Galaxy S II

The Samsung Galaxy S II will be hitting Indian shores as early as May and will be priced between Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 35,000. First showcased at the Mobile World Congress 2011, the Galaxy S II boasts of next gen mobile hardware that includes a dual core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 8MP camera, 1080p video recording and a 4.3-inch WVGA (480 x 800) Super AMOLED plus touch screen display. The device also has 16GB of internal storage. Samsung has also added Cisco based enterprise solutions to attract the enterprise users to this device. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

The Samsung Galaxy 10.1 sports a 10.1-inch display and is expected to hit store shelves in the US on June 8 2011 and in India soon after that. The 16GB version of the 10.1-inch device is priced at $499 and the 32GB at $599. Prices in India will be announced closer to the launch date.
The screen is a 10.1-inch WXGA TFT LCD display with a resolution of 1200 x 800 pixels and boasts of a 1GHz dual core processor running Android 3.0 Honeycomb, has Samsung's TouchWiz 4.0 layer and Flash 10.2 support. The device also comes with stereo speakers, full HD video playback, a 2MP front facing camera; 3MP rear camera with flash and can record video at 720p HD. The device also claims to have a battery life of 10 hours from its 6800-mAh battery. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

As the name suggests, this has an 8.9-inch display. This device might just be the one to topple the iPad 2 from it's alpha position. It has some really great price points of $469 for the 16GB version and $569 for the 32GB version. The screen is an 8.9-inch WXGA TFT LCD display with a resolution of 1200 x 800 pixels. The device is also 8.6mm thin, which is 0.036mm thinner than the iPad 2, which to the naked eye really makes no difference. Nonetheless, it gets the SamsungGalaxy Tab 8.9 the thinnest tablet in the world tag. It also boasts of a 1GHz dual core processor running Android 3.0 Honeycomb, has Samsung's TouchWiz 4.0 layer and Flash 10.2 support. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

Galaxy S Wi-Fi

One of the least seen or talked about of all Samsung tablets, the Galaxy S Wi-Fi is a combination of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone and the Samsung Galaxy tabs. It sports a 5-inch LCD similar to the Dell Streak but does not have any calling functionality, thus avoiding any smartphone comparisons. Currently it features Android 2.2 Froyo and a 1 Ghz Hummingbird processor. No launch dates were shared. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

Smart TV

Samsung announced a new Smart Hub menu system for their television that enables users to easily search for movies, shows and videos via online services and across connected devices. They also allow users to browse the web from their TVs and access apps from Samsung Apps, an app store for televisions. Samsung's LED D5500 and PDP D6900 will offer Smart TV features. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

Series 9 Notebooks

If Windows is the only reason you haven't got yourself a MacBook Air, then check out Samsung's new offering. Samsung Series 9 is the world's first laptop to use duralumin, a substance used in aircrafts. The notebook is extremely thin and can give the all-aluminium MacBook Air some good competition. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

Series 9 3D monitor

Samsung HD 3D LED Monitor Series, including the SA750, offers full resolution picture quality (1920x1080) and 3D content playback. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

First look at Samsung Galaxy S II and Tab 10.1

Talking Microwave oven

If you think your TV has done enough talking you can turn to the humble microwave for a change. The Trio 2 microwave oven from Samsung possesses a convenient voice guidance system with 141 pre-programmed Indian and Western recipes. Now, your microwave can teach you how to cook. (Photo: Geetaj Channana)

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