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I am here to review the tech, show the consumer, and test to death the latest technology, including mobile phones, MP3 players and even some miscellaneous gear such as outdoor gadgets, gaming gear and musical equipment.

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Thursday, 3 November 2011

The first 5 things you should do with your new Galaxy Tab

So you've just rushed out and bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab, what now?? Well I’m assuming you are in the middle of adding your Googlemail account to your device – so once you are done, take a look below at the first 5 things I suggest you do!

1: Make sure your software is up to date!

Sounds like a drag really, but this is very important and it’s best to do this first! When connected to the internet do a software update check on the settings menu, if there are available updates, do it immediately! This will make sure your Tab runs as smooth as butter!

2: Download Angry Birds!

This really is the first app I tried out on the beautiful large, bright screen. It is the ultimate test of the fun factor and you WILL love the experience!

3: Bought the WiFi version?? Don’t worry!

If you have an Android phone running V2.2 (Froyo) or higher, the chances are you can tether your new Tab to your phone’s 3G internet connection, which means you get petty much all the capabilities of a full 3G Tab!

4: Get it on’t Tube!

Please do yourself a favour and browse the Honeycomb layout of the YouTube app, it is absolutely amazing, with the ability to watch a video whilst simultaneously browsing or adding comments, YouTube have really outdone themselves now!

5: Set up your office!

One of my favourite features of the Tab 10.1 is the office suite, with a large screen keyboard, fully enabled office software, and an email app which blows every other Tablet out of the water, it would be rude not to try it out as a portable workstation! To say you created a CV, got on Jobsite, and emailed prospective employers from your shiny new Tab is yet another step towards the future!

Hope this information has been found useful – you can find me on Twitter @virtuoso666

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