We all love a lick of paint to turn our gadgets white, or at least that's what phone manufacturers seem to think, anyway.
Just last week we were telling you how Samsung is manufacturing a white version of the Galaxy Nexus and now we hear it's going the same way with the Galaxy Tab.
Completely white versions of both the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab 7.0 have been spotted in the Far East - Vietnam to be specific. This is all down to typical old fashioned nosiness and geeky attention to detail from an eagle-eyed fan.
Aside from the colour, the units are exactly the same as the standard models. Inwards, you'll find 1GB of RAM and 1280 x 800 WXGA LCD screen on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 whilst the Galaxy Tab 7.0 gives you a slightly better 1.2GHz processor (dual core, of course) and the same level of RAM with a 1024 x 400 display.
Yes, we know that the Tabs have already been available in white before now, but never all in white. Previous iterations have been black on the front and white round the back.
So... a tablet available in both white and black. Apple's lawyers will no doubt be on the phone any time now...