One reseller on eBay is holding a nice sale on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 if you’re in the market for one. The tablet, which is the 16GB version, usually goes for $550, but you can get it for $360 through a buy it now offer.
Before we get swept up in another round of Apple hype, let’s breakdown how their new slates really stack up against the best Android has to offer. We compare the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini head-to-head with the newly announced Nexus 9 by HTC and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S line.
If you’ve been holding off on getting the Galaxy Tab S in favor of some LTE-enabled options, AT&T is here to tempt you with a new pre-order for both the 8.4 and 10.5-inch models. The Tab S will go on sale via AT&Ts retail channels beginning September 26th.
Our European friends got first crack at pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets that were announced last week, and now it’s the United States’ turn. Samsung has announced that pre-sales for the devices will begin starting tomorrow, June 17th.
After years of Galaxy Tab this and Galaxy Tab that, Samsung has finally unified their flagship S lineup between smartphone and tablet with the introduction of the Galaxy Tab S. The device, available in 10.5 and 8.4-inch variants, is remarkably similar to the tablets that came before, but it offers enough refreshing features to feel new at the same time.
Logitech has announced their all new Type-S (see what they did there?) Bluetooth keyboard case for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5. You’ll be able to pick up the case later ahead of the tablet so you’re protected on day 1.
Samsung is about to kick off the the live stream to their “Tab into Color” event and if you’d like to play along, you can watch their entire shindig here. What does Samsung have planned? Well, we have a really good feeling they’re gearing up to announced their new Samsung Galaxy Tab S line ( […]
Samsung is sending out invites to members of the press for a June 12th New York City event. The invitation urges folks to “tab into color,” which is a pretty obvious way of saying “we have some new Galaxy Tabs to announce.”