In need of a 10″ tablet, but don’t feel like spending too much dough? Woot! is offering up a Galaxy Note 10.1 from Samsung for just $299.99, although keep in mind it is refurbished. The Note 10.1 can be purchased in either grey or white (sexy), features Android 4.1, 16GB of internal storage, a 5MP back-facing camera, quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz and a 7,000 mAh battery. (more…)
If you look hard enough, you can find a deal on an Android tablet almost any day of the year. Today’s deals are on two of Android’s biggest tablets out right now and starts with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. This is the 16GB, WiFi-only version of the device and it is refurbished, but all that will only run you $329.99. If you’re looking for something a little more stock Android however, we’ve got another sale on the Nexus 7. (more…)
This morning, we are getting the official word from Samsung and Verizon as to when we will finally see the Galaxy Note 10.1, equipped with VZW’s 4G LTE, hit retail stores and online. With the price set at $599.99, customers can go check out the Note 10.1 in any Verizon store starting March 7, this Thursday. (more…)
If you are interested in what Samsung has been doing with their Galaxy Note tablet line, you might want to check out Woot! today. The daily sale site has the 10.1″ Note tablet on sale (refurbished) starting at $379.99. That price gets you the 16GB White or Grey version. If you need a bit more storage, Woot! also has a 32GB version as well for a bit more money.
The refurbished tag might give some people pause, but as someone who has purchased a refurbished tablet through Woot! before I’ve had no problems with mine. If you’re looking to get one of the best Android tablets out there right now, this price is going to be hard to beat.
After teasing their Super Bowl XLVII commercial earlier in the week, Samsung has gone ahead and posted up the full 2-minute spot ahead of today’s big game. As expected, it features Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen as the “next big thing,” a slogan Samsung has used for some time to describe its Galaxy line.
The spot is decent. It’s two minutes long, features a cameo by LeBron James, includes a couple of chuckle-worthy moments, and is directed by Jon Favreau.
This morning, owners of the Galaxy Note 10.1 from Samsung have started to see the Android 4.1.2 update hit their tablets. It’s been a bit of a wait, but it brings a lot of bug fixes and also fixes the Exynos exploit that we briefly touched on earlier last month.
To update your device to Android 4.1.2, head to Settings > About device > Software update.
Soooo, we spent a couple of minutes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 that was announced yesterday for Verizon. You can tell in the video that I’m struggling to come up highlights (or mystified by the 4G LTE logo on the back), and that’s because this device has been out for quite some time already as a WiFi-only tablet. This version simply has a 4G LTE – the only difference. (more…)