We've known all along that the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
packs a dual-core 1.2GHz processor of some sort, but Samsung's only just now finally confirmed to AnandTech
that the 7-inch tablet does indeed use an Exynos
system on a chip. That's the very same SoC found in the company's Galaxy S II smartphone, so we should be looking at some similar performance from the tablet. In case you missed the news last month
, it's officially
set to hit the US on November 13th for $400. That memo doesn't seem to have reached Amazon, however, which is now listing the 16GB model as in stock and shipping immediately. Hit the source link below if you're ready to take the plunge.