The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has been available in the U.S. and Europe since mid-August, but so far the device has yet to appear on Canadian shelves. Today, though, Best Buy Canada has begun listing the device for release in just over a couple of weeks, on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The stylus-toting tablet will retail for C$499.99 for the Wifi-only version. The 3G/HSPA+ version available elsewhere is not yet listed.
Any Canadians tempted by a Note 10.1 at this price point? Shout out in the comments. If you're still on the fence about the tablet, be sure to check our full Galaxy Note 10.1 review.
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I was very, very close to getting this. But because it wasn't out yet, and I felt the novelty of the stylus may wear off, I went and bought an Asus Transformer TF300T instead. Love it. Since then I've seen many reviews on the Note 10.1 and it has me thinking I've made the right choice.
I was so down with pick this up... But not after all the poor reviews out there. I would use the stylus almost every day for work related drawing mark-ups. Oh well, I'll be waiting for the next version of the Note 10.1 and until then I'll use the Nexus 7 for play.
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