"Samsung's tablets are like fitted suits. There's bound to be a size that fits everyone perfectly." It's not a line I can take credit for (kudos go to an anonymous friend), but I'd be remiss not to mention it. In the time since Samsung launched its first Android tablet, the 7-inch Galaxy Tab, the company has seemingly had a compulsion to release portable devices of every size imaginable: Galaxy Tabs 10.1, 8.9, and 7.7; Galaxy Players 4.0 and 5.0; the Galaxy S II line of 4.3-, 4.5-, 4.52-, and 4.65-inch (Galaxy Nexus) smartphones; and then somewhere in between all that, the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note.

The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus ($399.99 for Wi-Fi model) is a chance to revitalize that original 7-inch market. Slimmer, sleeker, and powered by Android 3.2 Honeycomb, the 7.0 Plus fits right at home with its larger-screened contemporaries. But how will this version fare in what is now a much more competitive space? Read on to find out!