Samsung Galaxy Tab Priced At $599.99 From Verizon

Posted: Oct 20 2010, 9:09am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 20 2010, 9:15am CDT, in News | Tablets

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Verizon Wireless just announced the pricing and release date of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android Tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab goes on sale on November 11th for $599.99. Verizon Wireless customers can add a monthly access plan beginning at $20 a month for 1GB on their Samsung Galaxy Tab.

An Apple iPad Wifi+3G starts at $629. You get a bigger screen and you can trust that the iPad works as millions of people already own one. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is right now the best Android Tablet as most other vendors wait until next versions of Android to release a Tablet. Samsung and Verizon really should think again and lower the price point to at least give Android fans a break and make it easier for them to early adopt an Android Tablet.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab should match the pricing of the lowest iPad model. At $499 or below it would sell reasonable well.

Running on Android 2.2, the Samsung Galaxy Tab features a 7-inch touch screen, 3MP camera, 1.3MP webcam, 4000mAh battery, HTML Web browsing experience with full support for Adobe Flash 10.1 for video and mobile gaming and a 1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird Application processor.

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