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The Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro series will launch in the US on February 13

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Samsung unveiled a total of four new tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show last month, and has now announced that all four tablets would be available in the U.S. from February 13th. These models are available for pre-order at several online retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon, Fry’s, Newegg and others.

Currently, all models that will be making their way stateside are Wi-Fi only variants. It is likely that LTE-enabled versions of the tablets will be offered directly by the carriers. The pricing details have also been divulged for these tablets, with the 16 GB 8.4-inch Tab Pro set to cost $400. The 16 GB 10.1-inch Tab Pro will be available for $500, and the 32 GB version of the 12.2-inch Tab Pro will cost $650. The 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro will come in 32 GB and 64 GB variants, with the 32 GB version costing $750 and the 64 GB version $850. The tablets will feature the Magazine UX skin that was demoed at the CES and not the redesigned version that is said to debut on Samsung hardware alter this year.

Samsung is also throwing in a lot of freebies with the tablets, and users buying any of these tablets will receive 50 GB Dropbox storage, $25 Google Play credit, six months of Cisco WebEx, twelve months of Bloomberg Businessweek and three months of Hulu Plus.

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4 comments on “The Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro series will launch in the US on February 13

  1. megalomaiac14 3 months ago said:

    I love samsung and the Note lineup. I love my note 3 and old note 10, even considering swapping it for a note 2014 or note pro. But 12.2 inches is essentially the size of a laptop. Which imo the only reason I use a tablet vs a laptop is the size and layout of a smaller 10 inch tab. So I’m just trying to figure out if anyone here can think of a reason to pay 100+ dollars over note 2014 for a pro that has identical specs and only new feature is a ui that will come as an update? So the pro is more expensive, less mobile, the size of a laptop, worse screen clarity and ppi, no additional or new features and weights 750 grams give or take?? Maybe somebody else sees something I don’t and change my opinion on it.

    Mega

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    • sheepybach 3 months ago said:

      Nice difference in prices also Note Pro 32Gb 12.2 UK £649.99,
      US $749.99 converted RIP OFF UK £189 more for same tab

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      • megalomaiac14 3 months ago said:

        Yes I totally agree…All of these prices are a rip off to the point it’s almost a joke. Seeing how inexpensive the hardware Iincluded in these tablets have become, it’s insane to think they’re asking the equivalent price for a mid to high end laptop pc. Conversions are even worse going from UK pound to dollar as our dollar isn’t worth jack in the world lol. But these pro tabs and notes don’t offer anything near the price they’re asking for. Shame Samsung seems to have stopped any and all innovation relying simply on changing the size of a device vs bringing anything new or exciting for the price. S pen is a cool feature but is going on 3 years since it’s inception in note 1, and we’re still paying beyond premium prices for the recycled tech.

        Mega

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  2. gjgraf91 3 months ago said:

    It’s very puzzling that the 8.4 and 10.1 are only getting the 16 GB model when at CES it was reported as also coming in 32 GB variants. You would think for a “Pro” model there would be higher storage capacities. I know can’t get by without at least 32 GB. Not all apps have that ability to be stored on the SD. I had to settle for a 16 GB S4 because that was the only option available on Verizon. Now I have to delete things every couple days because of low storage. It doesn’t help that Samsung’s OS takes up like 9.6 GB. I wonder how much free storage is available on the pro line.

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