Samsung manufactured the Samsung CEO168 tablet. It was one of the third-generation Galaxy Tab 3 tablets unveiled in 2013. The device featured the Android Ice Cream operating system, a 1-gigahertz dual-core processor and a 7-inch, 1260 by 600 resolution LCD touchscreen with Active Matrix technology.
The Galaxy Tab 3 featured WiFi connectivity, a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera and a 3.2 megapixel rear-facing camera. It also included speakers, a headphone jack, a USB 2 port and a microSD slot for increasing storage to a maximum of 64 gigabytes. The Galaxy Tab 3 weighed 0.75 pounds and measured 4.77 inches long, 7.62 inches wide and 0.41 inches high.
Critics had mixed reactions to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, noting that the only feature that made it stand out was its ability to be used as a universal remote control. Critics were unimpressed with its features and display, which was inferior to other Samsung tablets and similarly priced models sold by competitors at the time.