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7.7 inches of AMOLED screen

Why, yes, I DO read the New Yorker

Power adapter anatomy

SIM and microSD

It's watching

Power and volume

Speaks

There we are

This picture doesn't do the Tab 7.7's screen justice. Trust me, in person the crazy deep blacks and high contrast make for quite the impression.

Check out the full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 for more information.

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No, I don't actually read the New Yorker, but I do read Edge Magazine, which is like the video game equivalent.
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The Tab 7.7's power adapter is split into three parts: the USB cable, AC adapter, and the power prongs. With their combined strength they can charge your tablet's battery ad infinitum. I don't recommend keeping it charged that long, however.

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This is where you'll be inserting cards. In particular, cellular and memory.

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The 3-megapixel, LED-supported camera never stops watching you. Ever.

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From this angle it's difficult to tell just how thin the tablet is.

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Double speakers deliver pretty great sound.

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Thinner than a jewel case. Which would hold more meaning if people still used jewel cases.

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