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Last year's tablet, sold at this year's price

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The refreshed Galaxy Tab 10.1 is stuck in the past. Its specs, mostly unchanged from last year's model, make this a forgettable product. At this price, you're better off looking elsewhere.

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Critic reviews

6.5
10 reviews
  • Features
    6.4
  • Display
    5.6
  • Battery life
    7.9
  • Ease of use
    6.6
  • Storage capacity
    8.0
  • Design and form factor
    6.4
  • Portability (size / weight)
    7.8
  • Durability
    6.5

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7.7
3 reviews
7.0
Engadget Jul 30, 2013

The refreshed Galaxy Tab 10.1 is stuck in the past. Its specs, mostly unchanged from last year's model, make this a forgettable product. At this price, you're better off looking elsewhere.

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6.0
CNET Jul 19, 2013

My experience with the Tab 3 10.1 was more frustrating than functional. Even while cutting it some slack for being a midrange tablet that's impressively small and light for a 10-inch device, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 fails to make a good case for taking it home.

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5.0
Laptop Magazine Jul 15, 2013

The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 offers a good mix of features in a lightweight design, but its specs and performance simply don't match the price.

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8.0
SlashGear Jul 16, 2013

This device is ready to be a lovely addition to your Samsung Galaxy S 4 family ... If you’ve got a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, there’s little reason to upgrade – and you might just want to skip this generation if you really enjoy your front-facing speakers which do not appear here in 2013.

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8.0
Digital Versus Aug 22, 2013

Sure, the design is a bit more elegant, TouchWiz has improved slightly and battery life is top-notch, but there are certain higher-end features that are completely missing from the picture, like a Full HD display.

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7.0
phoneArena Jul 22, 2013

Brandishing a $399 price point for the base 16GB Wi-Fi model, the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch might seem like a tempting offering, especially when it’s priced below the $500 mark, but seriously, it just doesn’t seem enough to overpower some of the other noise makers in the same category.

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6.0
GSM Arena Jul 5, 2013

If you can put its memory woes aside, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is a decent all-around offering, especially at its proposed priced point.

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6.0
Computer Shopper Jul 26, 2013

The Tab 3 10.1 makes some strides in bench testing, but we ran into some hurdles in day-to-day use: graphics glitches, awkward buttons, and subpar battery life. It's a decent tablet overall, but watch for a price drop (or firmware updates) before diving in.

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6.0
Mobile Tech Review Jul 15, 2013

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 isn't a bad tablet, it's just a bit lacking for the price, and it provides little reason for Tab 2 owners to upgrade.

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6.0
PocketNow Jul 25, 2013

The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 isn’t a bad tablet. It isn’t a great one either. It lies somewhere, perfectly in between the two. ... Frankly, the third-generation Galaxy Tab 10.1 is out of its league. It’s a mid-range tablet asking for a flagship price.

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