What's an Android tablet-maker got to do to stand out these days? If you're Samsung, you take a proven formula--slim design, exclusive apps--and tweak it with the latest OS and drop the price. Despite its clunky name, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is as sleek as its forebears, but ships with Android Ice Cream Sandwich, a built-in infrared remote and the Peel app to control your TV. Not only that, but this 7-inch tablet has excellent battery life and costs $249, just $50 more than the Amazon Kindle Fire. Is the premium worth it?