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Initial pricing of the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO and the Galaxy TabPRO revealed by German retailer

Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1Unofficial pricing of the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy NotePRO and Galaxy TabPRO tablets have revealed that they won’t go easy on your wallets. These tablets were announced earlier last week during the CES event with much fanfare and hype. But the prices certainly don’t sound impressive, at least at this point. According to a German retailer’s pricing, the Galaxy NotePRO will cost €999 and €1099 for the Exynos 5420 variant and the LTE equipped Snapdragon 800 model respectively. The 12.2 inch Galaxy TabPRO will cost €900 for the Wi-Fi only Exynos 5420 model and a €100 more for the Snapdragon 800 variant. All variants of these 12.2 inch tablets come equipped with 32GB of storage out of the box.

The 10.1 inch Galaxy TabPRO will go slightly easy on your wallets as it will cost €800 and €900 for the Wi-Fi only model and the LTE variant respectively. The 8.4 inch Galaxy TabPRO will be €100 cheaper at €700 and €800. The 10.1 inch and 8.4 inch Galaxy TabPRO variants pack 16GB of storage inside.

Contract prices start from €660 for the 12.2 inch Galaxy NotePRO and come down to €360 for the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4. It seems like these prices could have been exaggerated somewhat, so we won’t be surprised if the actual pricing is much cheaper.

As was clear from Samsung’s announcement, these devices will be targeted towards business and enterprise users who are looking for a viable alternative to their laptops and notebooks. So it would be fair to compare these devices with Microsoft’s Surface Pro and/or Windows Ultrabooks instead of conventional tablets.

Source: Cyberport.De

Via: GSM Arena

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  1. Admittedly, I’ve been obsessing over this release date.

    My currency converter says about US$1500 for LTE/Snapdragon, $1230 for Wifi/Exynos. This is with no keyboard; Logitech has a Bluetooth keyboard case for US$129 available for pre-order (totals: $1630/$1360).

    As of now, I can get a Fujitsu Stylistic Q704 (Haswell, battery in the keyboard dock, which is included) for $1700. 4GB RAM, 128GBSSD, ethernet in the dock, full USB 3.0 ports. Windows still means: Photoshop, Flash, Silverlight, Eclipse, emulators (including various ways to run Android) , and a whole bunch of Windows 3.1 games (et al, you get my drift). It’s “Waterproof (tested for IPX5/7/8 specifications), dustproof (tested for IP5X specification), resistant to alcohol-based wipes, durable chemically strengthened glass display, MIL-STD tested”, too. http://www.fujitsu.com/fts/products/computing/pc/notebooks-tablets/superior/stylistic-q704/

    I know there are more differences than I’m pointing out. There’s the Wacom vs. N-trig. Personally I’ve had a nicer time with N-trig excepting the battery swap-outs.

    I’m really having a hard time justifying these prices for a screen resolution I really can’t see. Though I adore Android, and practically slit my wrists every time I have a Windows driver problem, which is regularly, I’m not taking this news very well.

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