The Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE is not for everyone. At $700 without a contract (and $500 with), it’s one of the most expensive tablets out there, yet it’s also on the small side with a 7.7-inch screen. There is something you give up when you approach the 7-inch screen size – it’s just not quite as capable as an 8-9-inch tablet, but out of all the small devices we’ve tested, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 may be the best (if you want a bit larger, try the Xyboard 8.2 and then the Galaxy Tab 8.9). It is super thin, super lightweight, has an amazing AMOLED screen, industry-leading battery life, and a resolution that’s high enough to make a small 7.7-inch screen into a fully operational Honeycomb tablet. Hopefully an upgrade to 4.0 is on the way, but if you have the cash and really don’t want a large iPad, this may be a good choice for you.
For more a detailed look at the Tab 7.7 read our full written review.