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Sprint's Galaxy Tab to cost $400 with contract?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Oct 2010 2:20 User comments (3)

Sprint's Galaxy Tab to cost $400 with contract? Although unconfirmed, BGR is reporting that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab will cost $400 with contract through one carrier, at least.
The tablet will be available through Sprint starting on November 14th.

Without a two-year contract, the tablet will run you $600.

The Tab is 7-inches (1024x600 resolution), runs on a 1 GHz processor and has dual-cameras. The impressive tablet also runs on Android 2.2 Froyo, which allows for native Flash support.

It will come in two models, one with 16GB and the other with 32GB. Each has a MicroSD slot, allowing for an extra 32GB of memory.

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3 user comments

110.10.2010 9:23

I think these tablets are still just a fad. If I wanted a smaller form factor than my laptop to just be on the web and do limited processing activities I would get a netbook. It would cost me less that's for sure.

210.10.2010 14:01

...And have a butt load more functionality to boot. Tablets are cool, but when it comes right down to it a netbook does so much more.

310.10.2010 14:21

That price tagg is wayyy too steep.

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