Like £500 hot cakes

It was long-awaited but received mixed reviews. But how is the Samsung Galaxy Tab selling?

Pretty well, it turns out. Samsung raised a few eyebrows when it said it expected to sell a million Tabs by the end of the year, but it's just announced that it's already shifted 600,000, less than a month after it first went on sale.

Now, don't get too excited - that pales in comparison with the iPad, which sold a million units in its first month in America alone. (Think about that for a second. That means one in every three hundred or so Americans bought an iPad in the first month. Crazy.) But still, it means Samsung are beating their (claimed) expectations, and that can't be bad. The question is, what happens when they're no longer the only serious Android tablet on the market?

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