One part personal assistant. One part media giant.
With the Galaxy Tab from Samsung, you can enjoy compact, lightning-fast communication and entertainment that helps you maximize your day-to-day life. Armed with 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® 3.0, and up to 7 hours* of battery life, the Galaxy Tab is your ticket to web browsing, reading books, watching movies, playing games, staying on top of emails, and so much more. Plus, its striking 7” TFT-LCD display delivers stunning graphics and visuals all while remaining lightweight, ultrathin and completely portable. Spend a day with a Galaxy Tab and you’ll quickly wonder how you ever got by without one.
A “typical” day in the life of a Galaxy Tab User:
7:12 a.m. – Talk about an eye-opener. The crisp tones of the Galaxy Tab’s easily programmable Alarm Clock roust you out of bed to begin your day.
7:15 a.m. – Wondering what to wear? Check a real-time weather report on your Galaxy Tab and dress accordingly.
7:55 a.m. – There’s nothing better than using your Galaxy Tab to power you through your morning workout at the gym. Read the morning headlines from newspapers around the world, get a jump on your emails, or listen to your favorite tunes.
8:45 a.m. – Took the wrong exit looking for your client’s new office? No problem. Google Maps™ Navigation is available on your Galaxy Tab with a highly-intuitive, search-by-voice function that gives you the ability to find addresses while you’re on the move.
9:20 a.m. – Your clients may have missed the big presentation you made last month, but they can watch the sales video on your Galaxy Tab’s crystal-clear and 7” TFT-LCD display.
11:40 a.m. – The meeting ran long and everyone’s stomach is growling. Before anyone even offers a suggestion, you’re already online with your Galaxy Tab, checking availability at several nearby restaurants. Review menus, check dress code, even pick the table — all with lightning speed thanks to the 3G connectivity and Cortex A8 1.0GHz processor.
12:40 p.m. – When someone asks about your kids, show them the photos you took with the Galaxy Tab’s 3-megapixel camera with flash and video capabilities. You can even replay the clip of your son’s game-winning hit from last weekend’s Little League championship.
2:15 p.m. – The West Coast office calls a last-minute meeting and wants to chat face-to-face ASAP. Problem is, you’re stuck in traffic. No problem. The front-facing camera of the Galaxy Tab allows for easy, real-time video chat wherever you happen to be—in this case, a parking lot or a gas station.
3:50 p.m. – You’re finally back in the office when it hits you—it’s your turn to make dinner tonight. Pull up a recipe online for an easy gazpacho with your Galaxy Tab, check the ingredients, make your shopping list—and presto, dinner is served. Now if only the Galaxy Tab could actually do the cooking.
5:45 p.m. – Text your spouse that you’re on the way home (after a quick stop at the supermarket). Check the traffic using the GPS app on your Galaxy Tab and plan your escape route.
6:15 p.m. – Keep the kids entertained while you prep dinner with one of the many interactive, dynamic game apps available on your Galaxy Tab.
8:15 p.m. – There’s no better way to wind the kids down than by reading one of their favorite stories on your Galaxy Tab. The bright, crystal-clear screen lets you turn the lights down and set the mood for a night of peaceful, childhood slumber.
8:45 p.m. – Now it’s your turn to relax with a movie. With the Media Hub from Samsung, you have a wide selection of films, TV shows and videos for whatever you’re in the mood for.
10:45 p.m. – After a quick look at your calendar on your Galaxy Tab, you’re reminded about that early-morning sales meeting you’d tried hard to forget. Better get your beauty sleep—you’re going to need it.
11:05 p.m. – Set the alarm, hit the sheets, and thank your lucky stars that your Galaxy Tab has enough stamina to keep you powered throughout the day. After all, you’re beat—and your Galaxy Tab has you covered every step of the way.
*Battery performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, and voice, data, and other application usage patterns.