While it wouldn’t be fair to compare the iPad 2 with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 but unfortunately since the iPad is the trendsetter here, there’s bound to be some sort of comparison between the two tablets. Once thing that you will notice about the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is just how amazingly slim the tablet is and in terms of design, this is definitely the cleanest design to be found on a tablet so far.
There is no customization for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 which basically means that you will have a genuine Google Experience, with the base version of Honeycomb stuffed into it. Like most current generation tablets especially those released with the Google OS, you will find both front and back cameras (however, still not sure about using cameras on tablets as it is super awkward). One of the most disappointing things about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is plain white back, not only does it not feels solid but rather uncomfortable to hold as well.
Nothing is perfect but the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 does to close to it, in the current tablet wars, you will have a hard time differentiating the devices that are out there but the one by Samsung does make it stand out from the crowd.