Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Both Rogers and TELUS have brought the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to Canada, with the device now being available across retail locations today. Much like the US launch -- the WiFi only equipped Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been available for a while but the carrier released versions are touting that HSPA+ goodness some users simply must have in their Android tablets.

When it comes to purchasing options you have a few choices -- Rogers will gladly sell you the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 on a three-year contract for $350 or $680 with no commitment. TELUS though isn't looking to tie you into a contract. Instead, they'll just offer you the tablet for $650 and hope that you opt to go with a tablet data plan of theirs. Need some more info about the Galaxy Tab 10.1 before deciding? Check out full review here.

Source: Rogers, TELUS

 
There are 5 comments

brenbags says:

$680!!!!!!!!!!!Did I read that right? Are you freaking serious? I can get a super laptop off ebay for cheaper than that......

brenbags says:

And I don't want to hear you folkers say, "oh but its a tablet, not a laptop!"....My point is the hardware is offensively inferior at that price point.

darkmanx2g says:

Watch Apple sue within a month crying infringement!

y2whisper says:

so basically they are saying its $150 to add in the hspda+ radio?