The Samsung ATIV Tab Windows RT tablet made its debut at IFA 2012 last year, but unfortunately according to Samsung, the device would not be seeing a release in the US. Apparently as far as demand for such products in the US were concerned, Samsung felt that there wasn’t enough demand to warrant them selling it there. Now it looks like Samsung might be having second thoughts in Europe as well and according to the folks at MobileGeeks, they claim to have spoken to a Samsung rep who confirmed to them that the ATIV Tab will stop selling in Germany, Europe’s biggest economy. It seems that Samsung thinks that there is no market for the Windows RT platform in Germany or other European countries which was what led to their decision. It is a little unclear as to what Samsung meant exactly, but as it stands, the ATIV Tab is still available from Amazon.de so if you want to get your hands on it, you should probably move fast before it stops being available.
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