Samsung officially took the wraps off their new 10" iPad competitor, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, today ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The specs are impressive enough sounding (runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb on a dual core 1 GHz processor) but there's no pricing information at all and availability is listed as "spring." Storage options are limited to 16 GB or 32 GB.
The weight is 599 grams vs the iPad's 1.5 lb. Google says...1.32 pounds. Connectivity options include all the flavors of wifi through n and HSPA+ 21Mbps, which is what some operators like T-Mobile call 4g. Unless pricing is very impressive, it doesn't sound like enough to match whats got the iPad1 on top, let alone the soon-to-be-forthcoming iPad2.