Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 now available
There is one model that still isn’t out, though – the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2. Other than that, though, all the tablets unveiled by the Korean company last month at CES are now up for grabs on its official website.
You can get a Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 starting at $399.99 (for the Wi-Fi-only 16 GB model), a Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 starting at $499.99 (once again, 16 GB Wi-Fi), and a Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 starting at a whopping $749.99 (32 GB Wi-Fi). The last on that list is also available with 64 GB of built-in storage, though the price goes up to $849.99 for that one.
You can obviously use other online or offline stores to buy one of these, but keep in mind that you’re unlikely to find the elusive Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 anywhere in stock at the moment. It should be out in the coming days or weeks, though.
These are the highest-end Android-powered tablets ever produced, so Samsung feels like it can price them identically to their Apple-made competitors (in the case of the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 only, since the 12.2-inch models have no competition). That’s not been a successful strategy in the Android world before, but maybe this time it will work – especially given the specs here.