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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1: Rooting, Performance and Over-clocking

August 21, 2011 by Remco | 3 Comments

Rooting and over-clocking Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1Since my work is more and more taking place outside the office and in my car I’ve decided it was time to purchase my long desired Samsung Galaxy Tab. I’ve written sarcastic posts about the Galaxy Tab P1000 but that was obviously just envy. And I don’t know if it’s because of its price or Samsung’s subliminal marketing or the great slogans (it does many things?? what the hell does that mean?) but in the end I picked the Galaxy tab 10.1 over the iPad2. Definitely also because it supports flash though not natively and the design and interface have become more similar to the iPad especially with the TouchWiz UX.

This won’t be a review like you can find on 18.300.000 other sites but more a post about the things I noticed, solved and tested with a focus on rooting and over-clocking the device.

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[Review] Toshiba NB-305: “Natural Born iPad killer”

November 27, 2010 by Remco | 5 Comments

the iPad killerYep, my house has been crowded all week, phone didn’t stop ringing and I never gained more followers on Twitter than in the lost week, all because everybody wants to see it. Woooow! OOEEEEHH! Admiring and a litlle envy all around…. Well actually NOT. Cos a netbook isn’t sexy like an iPad or hot as a Galaxy tab. But let me tell you this: it’s the best investment you can do! Here are the reasons why a netbook is a Natural Born iPad Killer.

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They’re messing with our brain! #Samsung

November 18, 2010 by Remco | 4 Comments

You remember the post about the Samsung Galaxy Tab launch? Wasn’t really positive right? Pretty sarcastic actually to people buying it and especially when they are  willing to wait 5 hours in line for it. Guess what! Today, not even three weeks later everything changed and I went to every mall in Jakarta because I simply had to have it, I needed it, can’t live without it. It was thanks to some divine intervention that prevented me from really buying it. In the first two malls it was sold out but the third had it. Getting out my wallet I discovered that my creditcard was missing. Walking disappointed outside I called my business partner who pointed out I should be able to use my maestro back card so I went back but no dice, didn’t have the right payment terminal. But they pointed me to the ATM in the 2nd floor but again that attempt was in vain. Continue Reading →