Humans can be quite the predictable creature, and here we are with at least someone out of the 4,999 or so people who attended the Google I/O conference today (we did, and here’s a summary of what went down there) who decided to make a quick buck out of the free Limited Edition Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 that was given by the Internet search giant.
Bear in mind that the white Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has yet to hit the market, and is in fact scheduled to be launched within a month’s time, powered by Android 3.0 Honeycomb (with an upgrade to 3.1 coming real soon), sporting a dual-core Tegra 2 processor to provide enough muscle for all your tablet needs.
The asking price? A cool $840 – not too shabby considering the rarity of it at the moment, and if you are all for first adopter advantage over the rest of your peers, surely you would think that is well worth every penny. As for the rest who prefer to practice the value of delayed gratification, a penny saved is a penny earned will be applied in this case. Interestingly enough, there are already 9 bids for it – at least until May 17th.RELATED
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