Geeks everywhere cringe.
Since it was first revealed at IFA 2010, we've had our suspicions that Samsung's hot new Galaxy Tab wouldn't even flirt with cheap. Now we have confirmation from our first reliable retail source. SlashGear reports that NetbookNews.de has spotted the tab on Amazon Germany.
The price for an unlocked edition of this Froyo slate is a hefty €799, or $1030. The US version could end up being less than this, but not by much. Subsidized costs are believed to be between $200 and $400. I think the $300-$400 range is reasonable for most carriers. If the Sprint Tab ends up packing 4G as anticipated, we could see its subsidized costs creep towards $500.