Visual tour: Top tablets from CES

Tablets, tablets, tablets: Those three words sum up CES 2011. We pick the cream of the crop.

Samsung Galaxy Tab (Wi-Fi/LTE)

At CES, Samsung showed the same 7-inch Galaxy Tab body that is already on the market, but it said that a Wi-Fi-only version is on the way, as is a version for Verizon's LTE network. It seems clear that the newer versions will still run Android 2.2, not version 3.0. Galaxy Tabs today sell for $400 to $650, depending on the carrier, and they only come with cellular connectivity, not Wi-Fi. Analysts believe a Wi-Fi-only version will be a big hit with customers who don't want to commit to a cellular plan.

Samsung Galaxy Tab
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