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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus hitting US on November 13

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 Oct 2011 23:36 User comments (6)

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus hitting US on November 13 Samsung has finally given the official pricing and release details for their upcoming Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus.
Last month, Samsung introduced the small form factor tablet to their Galaxy line.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus has Android 3.2, runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 802.11n Wi-Fi, 4G, 1GB RAM, 16GB or 32GB internal storage and a microSD slot.

Additionally, the device has 1080p playback support, dual-cameras 3/2MP with LED flash.

Samsung is charging $399 for the 16GB model or $499 for the 32GB version with a November 13th release date.

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6 user comments

122.10.2011 0:46

Still no cell support, still not interested.



222.10.2011 1:22

still too expensive, if is $250 i would not hesitate to get one. $399? no thanks.

322.10.2011 15:40

Considering there are other tablets with similar specs going for cheaper, Samsung is going to hurt themselves on this one.

424.10.2011 6:41

my biggest gripe about all of these tablets and smartphones is how they want to charge an extra $100 for each memory capacity increase...WTF!!! 8GB is $299, 16GB is $399, 32GB is $499....phuqers!!! I JUST DID A GOOGLE SEARCH for "64GB Class 10" and found a top of the line Lexar 64GB Professional 133x SDXC Mfr# LSD64GCRBNA133 for less than $115. All these bastards can suck my nuts ....starting with Apple....until they realize that this is not cool.

524.10.2011 10:49

Originally posted by SoulGLOW:
my biggest gripe about all of these tablets and smartphones is how they want to charge an extra $100 for each memory capacity increase...WTF!!! 8GB is $299, 16GB is $399, 32GB is $499....phuqers!!! I JUST DID A GOOGLE SEARCH for "64GB Class 10" and found a top of the line Lexar 64GB Professional 133x SDXC Mfr# LSD64GCRBNA133 for less than $115. All these bastards can suck my nuts ....starting with Apple....until they realize that this is not cool.
Their customers don't do research...so they can get away with it. Anyway, it isn't like people needing 64GB have a choice in the matter...they don't have XD slots in any of these devices (and some don't have expandable memory at all).


631.10.2011 10:00

We have much lower priced tablets that ALSO have 2(TWO) USB 2.0 ports for all kinds of external devices.

I can't figure out why don't these?

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