Both Rogers and TELUS have brought the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to Canada, with the device now being available across retail locations today. Much like the US launch -- the WiFi only equipped Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been available for a while but the carrier released versions are touting that HSPA+ goodness some users simply must have in their Android tablets.
When it comes to purchasing options you have a few choices -- Rogers will gladly sell you the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 on a three-year contract for $350 or $680 with no commitment. TELUS though isn't looking to tie you into a contract. Instead, they'll just offer you the tablet for $650 and hope that you opt to go with a tablet data plan of theirs. Need some more info about the Galaxy Tab 10.1 before deciding? Check out full review here.
Source: Rogers, TELUS
it's available on Bell as well http://www.bell.ca/shopping/en_CA_ON.Samsung-Galaxy-Tab10.1-4G/72609.det...
$680!!!!!!!!!!!Did I read that right? Are you freaking serious? I can get a super laptop off ebay for cheaper than that......
And I don't want to hear you folkers say, "oh but its a tablet, not a laptop!"....My point is the hardware is offensively inferior at that price point.
Watch Apple sue within a month crying infringement!
so basically they are saying its $150 to add in the hspda+ radio?
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