By now, Samsung's tablet strategy is pretty clear: Give shoppers a lot of choice, and they're bound to find something they like. The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 ($399) furthers that strategy by being one of three new devices in a product line that sits below the more premium Galaxy Note 10.1. What makes the Tab 3 10.1 unique is that it's the first Android-based tablet with an Intel Atom Clover Trail processor. Add in the ability to control your TV and a design and software that will be familiar to Samsung's smartphone owners, and there are plenty of reasons to snatch up this 10-inch slate. Unfortunately, there's one big reason to think twice about buying it.