The South Korean Electronics after releasing its original Android tablet device called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 which poses with 7-inch display screen last spring doesn’t make any best comments – but now pushed the latest a “Student Edition” with more than extra iterations that makes some sense to all the students. Details below!
Samsung has launched a new version of their old 7 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition, features bundled with new ones and more extras like added a keyboard and a USB dongle accessory and it becomes a heck of a deal at $249. Similar to the original Galaxy Tab 2 7″ Android tablet.
The new variant from the company makes students think about it and in which the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition poses a 7-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and is powered by a 1GHz TI OMAP4 dual-core processor.
Moreover the Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition’s bundle includes a keyboard docking station that will make text entry on the tablet much easier. The USB adapter lets you connect other peripherals to the tablet despite the fact that it has a proprietary docking port rather than a standard USB port. The device features a white plastic casing, but it doesn’t have the high-resolution display or quad-core processor that you get with the Google Nexus 7. However it has two snappers one as the rare camera and the other is front-facing camera when compared to Nexus 7 tablet. Importantly this Samsung’s student edition has a micoSDHC card slot.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) Student Edition alone sells for $249, but Best Buy is expected to start selling a “Student Edition” next week that will include the tablet with a keyboard and USB adapter for the same $249 price. So no extra cost for extra hardware features!