Watch out Apple, Samsung has just released two new tablets. Running Android Honeycomb the 7.7-inch Galaxy Tab boasts a 1.4GHZ processor, 1080p video capture, and up to 10 hours in video viewing. And the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note, a phone-tablet hybrid, comes armed with a stylus pen for note-taking.
The iPad commands 80 percent of the tablet market, but with advanced features like a super AMOLED display and video chat the Samsung Tab and Note hope to challenge Apple's stronghold. Samsung is already under fire from Apple for allegedly copying the iPad design, and these two new tablets will do little to douse those flames.