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Old 09-22-2011, 05:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Did Apple get Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned because it was better than the iPad?


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Is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 the best tablet device yet? Could it be better than the iPad 2 even? Apple would seem to think so, given the length it has gone to in order to prevent Samsung from selling it in Europe. DaniWeb has got hold of the device at the centre of the court battle and can reveal the smaller, lighter, thinner truth...

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