When you unlock the Tab's touch screen, you'll find a familiar home screen with a floating Google search bar and dock icons for e-mail, Web browser, and a drawer for apps. Hold the Tab in either portrait or landscape view and the built-in accelerometer sensor will reorient the screen automatically.
On the back of the Tab you'll see a smooth white plastic surface and a more impressive 3-megapixel camera with an integrated flash. The camera can capture video at a maximum resolution of 720x480 pixels at 30 frames per second.
The Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi is a full-featured tablet with great system performance and above-average screen quality. But in spite of its attractive $349 price, the future for Android on tablets lies with Honeycomb.