Win one of two new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 models
Friday 04 November 2011
While it may be an exaggeration to say that tablets are opening up a whole new universe in technology and entertainment, Samsung are halfway there with the stellar new Galaxy. There's no better tablet for web browsing than the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - and we've got two to give away to you guys, our favourite readers.
Its technical specs are not to be scoffed at, and with a new NVidia dual-core processor giving it PC-like performance, it also comes with the latest version of Android for tablets Honeycomb 3.1 and has TWO cameras, meaning you can take 3 MegaPixel shots and 720p HD quality video as well as embark on video chat with friends using the 2MP front-facing camera.
And at just 8.6mm thin and weighing just 565g it is as comfortable and practical as it is powerful.
And you want one, don't you? Everyone wants one, even though they cost £499 each! Luckily, we've got two to give away - with the help of the ever-munificent Heineken Hub. All you have to do to win one is confirm that you are over 18, and enter your details below.
Just what is the Heineken Hub? It's a great new way of reading the best i news and views in the pub. Much more than just a pub with internet access, it appears at specially chosen venues to allow customers to use super-fast and free Wi-Fi to access a special area of the internet, the Heineken Hub, for which the UK’s newest newspaper, i, the quality daily and sister paper to The Independent, will be supplying exclusive content.
To see a list of all the fine establishments hosting the Heineken Hub, click here .
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