Samsung Reportedly Picks Intel Chip for Galaxy Tab 3 10.1

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whathuhitwasntme

the transformer 201 (tf201) had a keyboard that attached and promptly shattered the gorilla glass for no apparent reason.
Samsung stone walls customers like ME, and refuses to fix my 600 dollar investment after I got the docking keyboard an TF201, I am out of pocket that day around 700 bucks, you would expect some integrity from a company selling high end toys.

I wont ever buy another samsung anything. No matter how great the displays are other makers are producing OLED flat screens now. Acer makes a fine tablet for much less.

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raymondcarver

Will it run Crysis?

Seriously, if these things could run Windows + Steam + CounterStrike/HLDM1/QuakeLive/olderFPSgames with decent framerates, I'd buy one in a heartbeat.

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TheYoungIT

The third gen version of this tablet will be very nice, however there is one thing missing. It needs a detachable keyboard. The ATIV tablets would be much nicer if they had an android variant.

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ZX9RDan89

Im sure there will be one. After all, they did make a noce case/keyboard for the first Tab 10.1. It should set you back an extra $150 or o. thats what mine cost.

Dan

My Opinion Doesn't Matter.

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Hey.That_Dude

Might be interesting. Wonder how well those on die graphics will push the 1600p screen. Because if they have to go down in resolution, the products going to go down with it.

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Sirius

1600p screen?

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TheYoungIT

2560x1600 resolution, the Nexus 10 uses it.

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Sirius

I know what 1600p resolution is. I just haven't ready anywhere that says that's what the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1's resolution is. Everything I've seen says 1280X800. Just wondering where the 1600p resolution came from.

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Hey.That_Dude

I was referring to the Nexus 10 which was the best competition to the Apple iPad. If the new Galaxy supports anything less than 2560x1600p then it's not going to do very well against the current iPad let alone the next generation one (when ever that get's done). Nor will it really stand up to the Nexus 10. People want shiny numbers that they may or may not understand (read: Dynamic Contrast Ratio) that make them feel good about their purchase.
This of course also expects that it comes at a reasonable price.

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jason2393

I really hope this means the Tab can run desktop operating systems (Maybe Windows, with enough hacking).

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