Samsung’s Galaxy Tab dabbles with augmented reality

Seems Samsung is moving further into augmented reality, shown briefly in the video embedded below along with some other typical iPaddish features. Looks pretty good from where I’m standing—looking forward to seeing the price when it hits the shelves.

The Galaxy Tab was unveiled this Thursday and the fellas over at PC World already have a nice comparison chart for iPad vs. GT. The tablet runs Google’s Android operating system, version 2.2.

Here’s to hoping that the AR features will make Apple push extra hard to unveil the augmented reality software that I’m sure they’ve been working on for at least 3 years.

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2 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. I have bought this mobile at first day of launcing, really awesome technology from Samsung.

    - Agraj

  2. Cool. Could you give us a brief overview then of the pris abd cons of the system? It’d be much appreciated!

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