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Media crowd into the Samsung Experience at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan.
The pocket demonstration: The Galaxy Tab is tucked into a sport jacket.
It fits into the back pocket of this ordinary-looking pair of jeans, too (user experience may vary).
Details on the Tab's 7-inch screen and resolution. It runs Android 2.2 and fully supports Adobe Flash.
A Samsung representative demonstrates playing Flash video of an MLB game off the Galaxy Tab's Web browser. It looks slightly choppy, but it's definitely watchable.
Flash games and full Flash-interactive Web sites were also demoed.
The Tab's optimized apps will run in landscape and portrait mode and change layout accordingly, like on the iPad.
More specs are shared.
Samsung's Media Hub will cloud-share its content with up to five licensed devices.
Samsung Media Hub's initial partners are revealed: Paramount, MTV, NBC Universal, and Warner Bros.
Samsung's redesigned home page promises connectivity with the Galaxy Tab.
Hands-on time with the Galaxy Tab: Its size is more like a Kindle than an iPad.
Galaxy Tab accessories: A car dock and a keyboard dock.
The keyboard dock looks a little thicker and flatter than the iPad's.
CNET's Dan Ackerman gives the Galaxy Tab a spin.
The app market, including some prices.
The Galaxy Tab has both rear and front-facing cameras, and supports video chat. We gave it a spin at a nearby table.
The Tab is definitely thin, with a glossy plastic finish.
The International edition of the Galaxy Tab was on display: Samsung suggested that U.S. carrier editions would look slightly different.
Crowds press in to give the demo units a try.
Obligatory shot of the Samsung open bar.