Over the next few week, the big topic on everyone’s tongues whe it comes to the Samsung Galaxy Tab is going to be pitting it against it’s only real market competition, the Apple iPad. What features are better, screen, battery life, etc. will all be compared to determine device superiority. And Android tablet has an immediate advantage with Multi-tasking, and the Galaxy Tab will also come with a nice front and rear camera, not to mention Swype as an optional virtual keyboard. What else does the Tab have to offer? Did we mention Wireless Printing?
In one form or another, wireless printing has existed in Android since 1.6, though this is clearly the smoothest version of this software, and it’s now built in as opposed to being in app form. Anyone who saw Apple’s press event yesterday knows that they are once again feverishly trying to play catch up to Android by bringing multi-tasking and wireless printing to their iPads, but it’s still months away, and by then, the Galaxy Tab might even be running Gingerbread!