Samsung's second stab at the Galaxy Tab

Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is the smaller version of the Galaxy Tab 2 series, which also includes the Tab 2 10.1. You can pick one up April 22 for $249.99.
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Deliberate step-down

The main thing you need to know about the Tab 2 7.0 is that it's deliberately more, shall we say, humble, than the 7.0 Tab Plus. For instance, there's a 1GHz processor rather than a 1.2GHz processor.
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Cheaper price tag

There's a reason for the stepped-down specs, and one of the reasons is the $250 price tag, which competes with the $200 Kindle Fire.
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MicroSD goodness

Different than its predecessor Tab, there's now a microSD card slot that takes up to 32GB of memory.
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Right spine

Wonder what the power and volume buttons look like? Here ya go.
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Close up

A closer look at the face.
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A look at the connector

Zoom in on the ports at the bottom of the tablet.
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