We're all waiting for the WiFi only version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, but it seems that Best Buy got a little ambitious in their November mobile buyers guide. Popular pundit (and wonderfully cranky gentleman) Jeff Jarvis snapped this pic and posted it on Twitter, showing in no uncertain terms that the WiFi only version of the Tab won't be around in the immediate future. For the record, we were pretty certain Best Buy had it wrong from the get-go and were just waiting for the date to be proven wrong. But I'm sure Samsung wants this on store shelves as bad as we all do, the sooner the better. [@jeffjarvis]
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