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.