While it's not really much of a bargaining tool, Rogers has announced the launch of their "exclusive" Samsung Galaxy Tab in white. We won't knock the huffing too much because the white tab really is rather sexy looking, but come on; us Canadians see enough white during the winter months. (That, and it looks just like Sprint's Tab.) Surely Rogers could have suggested something of a warmer color to introduce. Even Rogers red would have been acceptable in my opinion.
Keep mind, it is only the back of the device that is really white. The front face still looks like any other Samsung Galaxy Tab. No matter what color you decide upon, you can grab the Tab from Rogers for as low as $499.99 with a new 3-year contract. [Twitter]
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