It seems like a long long time ago that Samsung's original 7in Galaxy Tab kicked off the Android challenge against the original iPad, but actually it was pretty much just 12 months ago.
Which means it's up for a reboot, and Samsung has duly obliged, launching the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, a slim and slender dual-core slate running Android 3.2 Honeycomb.
Samsung has kept itself busy on the tablet front since that original Galaxy Tab landed last year, but they've all been 10.1in or in one case an 8.9in effort, leaving that original small-screened model looking increasingly isolated and out of date.
Not so its replacement, however, which is now bang up to date in the three crucial areas of slimness (it's 9.96mm thick, or 1cm if you're living in the real world), processing power (you get a generous 1.2GHz dual-core chip) and of course the Android OS itself, which comes in the form of Android 3.2 Honeycomb.
The screen resolution is a decent enough 1024 x 600, and you get a choice of either 16GB of 32GB of storage, while the overall package weighs in at a super-lightweight 345g.
The good news is that Samsung has already confirmed it will be bringing the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus to the UK, and says it will be with us before the end of the year.