If there’s one thing we utterly adore about the two, it has to be the fact that they offer a solid one day’s worth of normal usage – without the worry of having to recharge at any point during the day. On that note, having spent quite some time with both tablets, it seems that in our experience that the iPad 2 has an edge over its rival, but nevertheless, they still offer tolerable levels over the existing crop. Once fully charged in the morning, we didn’t have the need to plug it up even before getting some sleep at the end of the night.


Literally, it’s a coin toss between the two mainly because they are priced evenly and have their own unique strengths that appeal to certain individuals out there. In terms of design though, we know that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has the prestigious title of being the thinnest and lightest, but when thinking about their starting price of $500, the iPad 2’s thin profile, solid construction, and choice of premium materials radiates more value for the buck. However, Android 3.1 Honeycomb on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 offers a higher degree of personalization, better implementation of notifications, and an integrated experience that’s barely contested by the iPad 2. Additionally, Samsung’s tablet is the go-to device if you’re intimately interested in shooting photos and videos. In the end, it’s truly the platform experience that vastly separates the two, but no matter which way you dissect it, both are undoubtedly regarded as being the top contenders in this ever-growing tablet space right now.

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