Physical Design and Connectivity The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus looks like a shrunken-down version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 ($469, 3.5 stars) and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 ($499, 3.5 stars.) These are the best-looking, best-built Android tablets on the market, slim black and gray slabs (in this case, 7.6 by 4.8 by .39 inches and 12.1 ounces) clearly made of quality materials. The Galaxy Tab 7.0 will slip unnoticeably into a coat pocket. It's lovely. The Tab 7.0 Plus has its Power and Volume buttons, as well as its MicroSD card slot, on the side. The 2-megapixel front camera is at the top of the bezel, to the right of the speaker, which also faces the user. The 1024-by-600 pixel TFT LCD is pretty standard for tablets of this size. This is a Wi-Fi-only tablet, connecting to 802.11b/g/n networks. It also has Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth and wireless syncing, so you can connect it directly to a Wi-Fi-Direct-capable PC to transfer files. Performance and Apps The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus runs Android Honeycomb 3.2 on a dual-core Samsung Exynos 1.2GHz processor. It benchmarked blazingly fast, and the tablet runs very smoothly even with Samsung's many complex TouchWiz extensions over standard Android.