We do know that Verizon dropped the price point of their Galaxy Tab last week because they have a new LTE-enabled model in the offing, and Sprint has decided to follow suit, listing the Galaxy Tab at just $299 with a new contract, but if you decide to bring it home without a contract, it will cost $499 outright. This price drop might be in vain, since there is a slew of other tablets which we deem far more capable (on paper, at least) that were announced at the recently concluded CES, among them include Motorola’s Xoom at the LG G Slate. Perhaps the Galaxy Tab was just an experiment by Samsung in the beginning to see how the market would react, and hopefully future iterations of the Tab family will see vast improvements.
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