10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 pre-order at Office Depot, ships May 11

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch tablet is now officially up for pre-order at Office Depot's online storefront. With a limit of two per customer, the 16GB version of the Tab 2 will set you back $399, and your order will ship next-day delivery (for free) on May 11. Starting May 13, they will be in brick-and-mortar Office Depot stores along with the full line of accessories.  

We had a nice long look at the Tab 2 at MWC, and we think Samsung did well with it. Dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM under a very nice 10.1-inch IPS display and running Ice Cream Sandwich. If you're interested in picking one up, hit the link below to pre-order. The press release is after the break.

Pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch

TECHNOLOGY BRIEF: Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 10.1” Now Available for Pre-Sale at Office Depot

BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Expand your horizons with the Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 10.1”, for an unparalleled entertainment experience – from browsing the web, to streaming music and watching movies. The 10-inch Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 is the perfect tablet for on-the-go access and mobile entertainment.

Powered by Android 4.0, the 16GB Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 10.1” is available for pre-order online today for $399.99 at www.officedepot.com. The tablet and assorted accessories will be available for immediate purchase online and at nationwide Office Depot retail locations beginning May 13.

Pre-sale orders placed online will ship on May 11, via free next business day delivery in most locations.

“On the heels of the GALAXY Tab 2 7” launch, we are pleased to now offer two choices of one of the most sought-after tablets on the market,” said Randy Wick, Chief Technology Buyer for Office Depot.

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Jerry Hildenbrand
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