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A full-color reference for getting the most out of your SamsungGalaxy Tab 10.1!

A vast improvement over the original Galaxy Tab, the 10.1 usesthe latest version of the Android operating system and is a 4G LTEmobile device. These upgrades—along with many others,including the better screen quality, better web browsing withFlash, and better multitasking capabilities—are all coveredin this fun and friendly guide to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.Everything from how-to topics to the most useful features tohelpful tricks and techniques, this practical guide shows you howto get the most out of this cutting-edge device.

Details how the Galaxy Tab 10.1 goes one step further than theiPad with phone communications plus video chat andconferencing Explains in detail how to find your way around the Galaxy Tab10.1 Covers e-mailing, web browsing, using the digital library,connecting with friends in the galaxy, taking photos with thecamera, and enjoying music Highlights how to customize your Galaxy Tab 10.1 so that it'sright for your needs

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 For Dummies is must-have readingfor anyone who wants to go beyond the basics and explore anothergalaxy of tablet computing!

Topics: High Tech Gadgets, Tips & Tricks, Informative, and Guides

Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9781118280195
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