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    Matt - September 23rd, 2011 6:28 PM

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab is an Android powered tablet offering a 10.1″ screen and utilizing the latest Touchwiz 4.0 navigation for intuitive fingertouch multitasking and it’s now making its way over to the UK.

The Crescent Racing Superbike team have been getting down and dirty with the Samsung Galaxy Tab and are using the slate to work and improve on their, already insanely quick, lap times!

Powered by a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, you’ll experience a gaming experience like nothing you’ve seen before on a tablet computer!

And thanks to Android Honeycomb giving life to the Galaxy Tab, you also have access to an huge variety of applications from Google Maps to Assassin’s Creed HD to Facebook!

With 512MB RAM and upto 32GB of storage, that’s not including the microSD card slot that can hold a 32GB card! the Samsung Galaxy Tab will definitely put up a fight, whatever you decide to chuck in its way!

Adobe Flash is also present on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which enables a full browsing experience on the web! Something that a majority of competitors have failed to implement!

With access Samsungs Social Hub, you’ve also got access to extremely fast Instant Messaging as well the ability to download millions of music tracks; or if music isn’t your thing, you could download anything from the collection of 2.3 million e-books!

Watch the video below where the Samsung Crescent Racing Team shows how the Galaxy Tab can be used in the motor sport industry.

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