Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)

T-Mobile has announced they're shaving off $100 from the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 for Father's Day. It's now $600, or $25/month over two years. If you'd rather be scraping around the bargain bin for your Father's Day present (how much do you love your father?), the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 is getting released on June 18 for a scant $168. Just keep in mind that you get what you pay for. Of course, T-Mobile is still offering 200 MB of free tablet data to anyone.

The $100-off promotion runs until June 15, so head over to T-Mobile if you want to grab the Note 10.1 or . Do any of you plan on getting your dad a tablet soon? Would the Galaxy Note 10.1 be your top pick, or would you go for something more affordable like the Nexus 7, or this OneTouch Pop 7?

Source: T-Mobile


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T-Mobile offering $100 off tablets for Father's Day, including the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE


I've been kinda down on practical uses for a tablet since getting the 2012 Nexus 7. It's been nothing more than a glorified TV for me and my daughter plays games on it.

However, I'm starting to reconsider. It's a pain and a hassle to get my laptop out when I need it and if there is a good legitimate remote desktop setup so I can access my other computers when I need to I'm thinking a 10" tablet will work nicely.

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I felt the same way about my Nexus 7 2013 but it was just the fact the Nexus devices are boring as hell! Picked up the Note 10.1 2014 2 months ago and this is what a tablet should be. I also use it everyday.

I found out that I can't use an Android tablet to get real work done.
So I went ahead and picked up a Surface Pro just for giggles and i was shocked at how awesome that thing is. I don't even use a laptop anymore. And to top it off, I can actually get work done.
Granted the thing is a bit thicker and heavier than most tablets but the fact that I can get work done is a boon. Surface Pro 3 here I come!

I am confused here. Tmo is supposed to sell the LTE tablets for the same price as their wifi counterparts. So the wifi version of the note is 599, so shouldn't it be 100 off that making it 499??

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I didn't see the WiFi only version of the Note. I thought they only offer the LTE version.

Yes, they don't sell the WiFi only version, but they are supposed to sell the LTE versions at the price of the wifi only counterparts

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That's what I was wondering too. I got one a couple days ago and I didn't see a discount it was just flat out $600 and apparently still is. If this changes there'd be no point to return it because it'd cost me more than I'd save. Unless they'd be willing to credit me of course ;)

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I went and got one. It was $56.xx total down. $10 for the sim card and $46.xx for the taxes

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