Samsung Galaxy Tab To Sell For $200 To $300

Posted: Sep 6 2010, 11:14am CDT | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs

Samsung Galaxy Tab to Sell for $200 to $300
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Price depends on subsidies

The iPad has just about all the buzz and all the purchases that are being made in the tablet market right now. Samsung has been talking up and showing off a rival to the iPad called the Galaxy Tab that has created interest with some users.

The Galaxy Tab will have a 7-inch screen and run Android as the operating system. We know most of the specs for the Tab already. However, we still don’t have firm pricing on the tablet. The Wall Street Journal has reported that the device will sell for $200 to $300.

Other publications have pegged the price at $300 to $400. The $400 range sounds more likely to me. The price will ultimately depend on the amount a carrier is willing to subsidize on the tablet. The device will land on several US carriers over the coming months.

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