The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Student Edition Bundle is now official. Samsung just announced this deal, which lets you save about $100 compared to what you’d pay if you’d get the tablet and bundled stuff separately.
We first heard about this bundle earlier this month. It contains the tablet itself, in a ‘unique white color’, plus a keyboard dock and USB adapter (that supports plugging in thumb drives as well as mice). Combined, these represent a retail value of $350, but you’ll be able to get them all for $249.99 – which incidentally is the normal cost of the tablet alone.
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But you need to be prepared, and then act fast. The deal will only be available for two weeks, starting on August 19. Participating retailers include Best Buy, Amazon, Tiger Direct, Costco, and Fry’s.
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