Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 price and release in Canada

By Alan Ng - Feb 13, 2014

While we have already told you about Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 pricing in UK, we now offer some useful information for our readers over in Canada. Samsung has now released some vital information, including a Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 price and release availability with selected retailers.

It’s nice to see that Samsung hasn’t forgotten about everyone over in Canada, as we can tell you that the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 release date in Canada will happen towards the end of February.

The release of this tablet will continue throughout March in the country and also includes the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro family as well – those being the 12.2-inch, 10.1-inch and the smaller 8.4-inch.

Samsung has now revealed that you will be able to buy the tablet from selected retailers, these confirmed to be Best Buy, Costco, Future Shop, The Source, Staples, Target, and Walmart.

Included stylus remember.

Included stylus remember.

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 price in Canada will be set at $769.99, while the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2-inch wil be $100 cheaper at $669.99. It’s obviously not a cheap tablet at all, but it is a much better situation than what UK consumers find themselves in with the same device being priced at a staggering £649.

One bonus that is going to be exclusive to Canadians, is the fact that your purchase will also include three months access to Next Issue Canada – a magazine service offering content from many of the top sellers.

So there we have it, great news for those that are willing to drop $770 to get one of these in Canada.

Let us know if you are interested, or if you think it’s just too expensive at the moment considering many cheaper alternatives are available.

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  • js73091

    Cheaper tablets are cheaper because they are all pretty much the same, with limited functionality. Four app multitasking, pen input, pressure pen, expandable memory are all things you cannot do on an iPad. The size means you can view an entire 8.5X11 sheet without scrolling or zooming (finally), which makes this optimal for work. It even has USB3 charging, which charges much faster than older USB inputs. This device is good for people who read a lot of PDFs and use multitasking, note taking, or artists who do video work or digital art. Screen size is meaningless, the screen pixel display is 2560X1600, more than the iPad. It costs more because there is nothing yet to compare it to. It’s just better than the Note 10.1 in many ways, and I’ve been really happy with my Note 10.1.

    • I agree. I just picked mine up tonight at BestBuy in the states.

      I have the Note 10.1 2014, but with the size increase on the PRO I am looking forward to doing a whole lot more.