Samsung is ready for the final release date of its Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2, which will arrive imminently packed with features. The super sized business orientated tablet is the last of Samsung’s Pro devices from CES to release, coming next week.
The TabPro 12.2 will start shipping on March 9th which is actually a Sunday, so that customers will receive their device the next day when it fully releases on the 10th online and in stores. The Samsung Galaxy TabPro will be stocked in the US by major retailers such as Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon and Newegg.
Of these sellers, Best Buy and Amazon have posted the TabPro to their sites in either Black or White. Amazon has listed both options in either 32 or 64 GB editions for $749.99 or $849.99 which is more expensive than anticipated. Best Buy on the other hand are only offering the 32 GB version in either color but for a much bigger saving of $649.99 with free shipping.
Amazon has confirmed that they will ship the TabPro 12.2 on March 9th, Best Buy has simply listed the item as coming soon. Neither Walmart or Newegg has added the Galaxy Tab to their sites yet but it is expected to go on sale in store next week and online also. It will be interesting to see which pricing structure they use, a clear $100 saving from Best Buy is so far a no brainer for consumers.
We have run through the Galaxy TabPro’s specs in a previous article, we know have more details about some of the bonus features the device will ship with. Samsung has made sure that customers will get their moneys worth in additional benefits, adding more appeal to buying their top of the range tablet.
Cnet reports that perks such as software subscriptions and services will come pre-loaded, such as 1 year of Bloomberg Businessweek+, 3 months of Hulu Plus, 1 year of Gogo inflight Wi-Fi, 50GB of Dropbox space, 6 months of Cisco WebEx and $25 Google Play store credit just for good measure.
Will you be ordering the TabPro 12.2 or buy it in store when it launches next week?
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