Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. et al
Declaration of Jason Bartlett in Support of #10 MOTION to Expedite Discovery filed byApple Inc.. (Attachments: #1 Exhibit 1, #2 Exhibit 2, #3 Exhibit 3, #4 Exhibit 4, #5 Exhibit 5, #6 Exhibit 6, #7 Exhibit 7, #8 Exhibit 8, #9 Exhibit 9, #10 Exhibit 10, #11 Exhibit 11, #12 Proposed Order Proposed Order)(Related document(s) #10 ) (Bartlett, Jason) (Filed on 4/19/2011)
Samsung considers Galaxy Tab 10.1 overhaul following iPad 2 unveiling |
Samsung considers Galaxy Tab 10.1 overhaul
following iPad 2 unveiling
By: Zach Epstein | Mar 4th, 2011 at 10:37AM
Filed Under: Tablets
Following the unveiling of Apple’s second-generation iPad tablet earlier this week, competitors are left
scrambling to react. The iPad 2 wasn’t perfect, of course, but it still sets the standard for tablets in 2011 and it
will still outsell the competition 10 to one. Apple had its eye on hardware with its iPad 2 update, and the sleek,
slender result was so impressive that it seemingly left Samsung scrambling to overhaul its upcoming Galaxy
Tab 10.1 slate. The company is already rethinking some of the tablet’s hardware components, Korea’s Yonhap
News Agency reports, in consideration of the iPad 2′s 8.8-millimeter aluminum body. “We will have to improve
the parts that are inadequate,” Lee Don-joo, EVP of Samsung’s mobile business, told Yonhap. “Apple made it
very thin.” Samsung is also considering a lower price point when it releases the Tab 10.1 later this year,
according to Lee. “The 10-inch [Galaxy Tab] was to be priced higher than the 7-inch [Galaxy Tab] but we will
have to think that over.”
Samsung considers Galaxy Tab 10.1 overhaul following iPad 2 unveiling | BGR
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