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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 32GB (Wi-Fi & 3G) - £399.00 at Best Buy with a £200 entertainment package completely free (10% cashback too!)

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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 32GB (Wi-Fi & 3G) - £399.00 at Best Buy with a £200 entertainment package completely free (10% cashback too!)

£200 entertainment package - http://www.samsung.com/uk/galaxytab/


The Samsung Galaxy Tab is perfectly designed for computing and entertainment on the go. It's light and compact, easily fitting into your hand but still managing to pack in a wealth of features.

On looks alone the Samsung Galaxy Tab is an impressive tablet computer, featuring a totally flat and smooth 7” touchscreen. The screen enables you to flick, press and scroll your way through the different menus and applications with ease, while four touch sensitive buttons at the bottom of the tab (home, menu, back and search) let you perform basic functions in next to no time.

Both the front and the back of the Galaxy Tab feature cameras. The one on the back has a 3 megapixel resolution and features an LED flash for taking snaps in all types of lighting conditions. It can also be used to capture video footage at 30-frames per second, giving you video which looks smooth on both your tab's screen or on larger screens, which the Galaxy Tab can stream to in Full HD. The 1.3 megapixel camera on the front of the screen can be used for video chats with friends, family and work colleagues also using a Samsung Galaxy Tab.

On the sides of the Samsung Galaxy Tab you'll find a headphone jack, 30-pin charging and PC connection port, volume and power controls, SIM card storage and a microSD Card slot. The microSD slot expands the storage space available on your tab up to 64GB, giving you plenty of room to store a mixture of films, photos and music. This 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab comes with a free 16GB SD Card, which a ctually upgrades the Tab to a 32GB version.

The tablet computer runs on Android 2.2, Google's latest version of their hugely popular operating system. This, combined with the Galaxy Tab's 1GHz processor, Wi-Fi connectivity and superfast HSDPA and HSUPA web browsing, make it a super-slick way to get hold of the latest news, play your favourite games and chat to friends online.
Switching between different screens and applications is a breeze, thanks to the five easy-to-navigate, fully customisable home screens, intuitive menus and easy to understand widgets. You can always bring your favourite applications to the surface of your tab, so they're never more than a couple of finger taps away.

Personalising your Galaxy Tab is the best way of getting the most out of it, and the Android Market is the place to go for the latest Android applications. Here you'll find apps to help you get around, to enhance your entertainment and help you pass the time on long commutes.

Of course, it's not just entertainment that the Samsung Galaxy Tab can be used for. It's also a useful business tool. Unlike some other tablet computers, the Samsung Galaxy Tab is capable of making and receiving telephone calls. You'll need to sign-up to a call plan to use the phone feature (and 3G internet), but if you're after a tablet computer and mobile phone combo this could be a worthwhile investment. Support for writing documents, sending emails and watching Flash videos are all on-board too, so you're never far away fro m your own personal office.

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66 CommentsPost a Comment
erk
Dec 24, 2010
Was just about to post this deal. topcashback is 5% and extra 16gb card makes it the current best buy.
erk
Dec 24, 2010
Still hoping for £350 though tbh.
DavieDeal
Dec 24, 2010
Quidco is 10%!
erk
Dec 24, 2010
oooh 10%, never thought to check quidco as its normally no better than topcashback.
reaching for credit card.... must stop self.....
nigelwill
Dec 24, 2010
I've been wondering what to do about one of these since the Comet deal last week, this looks even better with the bigger memory. Thought there might be some better deals on in the sales, although the new year will be bringing more tablets onto the market. But in terms of build quality, this is tough to beat and I prefer the size/weight over the iPad.
ladily
Dec 24, 2010
Thought these things were a bit gimmicky, until I tried one out last week. Even the typing function was good. Great bit of kit, even if does look like an overgrown Samsung Galaxy.
matar
Dec 24, 2010
still high price, i will wait for the Acer ones in few months time, better specs and price
LC
Dec 24, 2010
TopCashBack is 10% too - http://www.topcashback.co.uk/best-buy/
dantoe12
Dec 24, 2010
any info about the acer ones?
maxmix
Dec 24, 2010
Looks good.... and you cant beat Samsung....

I would say hotter than an Ipad....

maxmix
Depressed Maggot
Dec 24, 2010
Decent price in comparison with others. Still think they are expensive, but if you are after one
SamuraisShadow
Dec 24, 2010
Samsung Galaxy Tab is way ahead of the iPad. For me, it has to be flash that wins me over.
gajamaflake
Dec 24, 2010
anybody know if you can put any sim in these.. was thinking of the using a giffgaff sim for the free internet...
sowotsdis
Dec 24, 2010
These will drop in price to around £300, £299.95 will be the ipad busting deal, that's the inside info from my mate who is a Samsung UkKrep so just hang on a bit!
phantomx
Dec 24, 2010
will hold out for ipad 2 with phone calls,facetime, flash and a camera ;)
joevictor53
Dec 24, 2010
phantomx
will hold out for ipad 2 with phone calls,facetime, flash and a camera ;)


If you mean flash as in Adobe Flash (I'm pretty sure that's what you mean cos you would've put flash after the camera if you meant an LED flash like the iPhone 4) then forget it. Apple has said that they won't be bring flash to iDevices
iloveabargain
Dec 24, 2010
sowotsdis
These will drop in price to around £300, £299.95 will be the ipad busting deal, that's the inside info from my mate who is a Samsung UkKrep so just hang on a bit!


I still think these need to be around the £199 mark
mattmerch
Dec 24, 2010
will wait 20 years and then they should be cheaper and better specced tabs out
eddyday
Dec 24, 2010
SamuraisShadow
Samsung Galaxy Tab is way ahead of the iPad. For me, it has to be flash that wins me over.


A plasticky, badly designed, underpowered iPad knockoff is never as good as the original. Stop using idiotic reasons to try and claim otherwise. The iPad is much better off without that wretched Flash plugin installed, as a result its much more secure and doesn't slow to a crawl like Flash does to desktop machines on a regular basis. If you're really desperate to use the thing, there is now a browser available for download on the iPad which has Flash enabled, rendering your point moot.

Google and their manufacturers are shameless in the way they constantly rip off Apple and their ideas. I can't believe Jobs hasn't hit these companies with lawsuits.
roadie
Dec 24, 2010
so ipad, or advent vega?!

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