Consider us suitably jealous; while most countries are still waiting to hear even some official pricing from Samsung, would-be German tableteers can already buy the 7-inch Galaxy Tab slate. Carrypad is one of the first on the scene with an unboxing video and hands-on demo.
Video after the cut
There's not a huge amount in the box with the Tab itself: you get an AC adapter, with interchangeable power tips for international use, and a USB sync/charge cable. Finally there's a wired stereo hands-free kit and some basic documentation. Samsung obviously have a lot of their own accessories, such as the keyboard dock, HDMI dock and Bluetooth stylus, but you'll have to pick those up separately.
The US versions of the Galaxy Tab - which are headed to Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon - are still yet to get an official launch date, though rumors peg them at around mid-November. Meanwhile the UK version is due on November 1st, and expected to cost around £599 contract-free or £199 subsidized.
[via Android Community]