The Samsung 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro have arrived in U.S. stores, and customers can place orders today for these tablets in various configurations.
The 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro comes in 32GB and 64GB models with retail prices of $750 and $850, respectively.
Or customers can opt for a 10-inch Tab Pro for $500 or an 8-inch Tab Pro for $400; both come equipped with 16GB of onboard storage.
Those interested in a version of the Note Pro without the stylus will have to wait a bit longer for the 32GB 12.2-inch Tab Pro, which will be priced at $650.
To soften the blow of the high price tags, Samsung is throwing in a number of freebies, including three months of Hulu Plus, $25 of Google Play credit, a two-year subscription to Dropbox with 50GB of storage, a year subscription to Bloomberg Business Week, and Cisco WebEx Premium 8 for six months. Users can also opt for pre-paid “long-term” subscriptions to services such as Bitcasa, Cisco WebEx Meetings, Easilydo Pro for Tablet, Evernote, Hancom Office for Android, LinkedIn, Livesport.Tv, the New York Times, and more.
The lineup of Galaxy tablets also feature Samsung’s Magazine UX, which moves away from the Google Android look toward a Samsung-specific user interface. The software will allow users to create their own dashboard with their favorite apps and services, with a minimalistic design. Despite Google’s attempts to streamline Android devices, some have suggested that Samsung may move its Galaxy smartphones over to Magazine UX, but the company has not confirmed this rumor.
Customers can purchase the Wi-Fi models of the 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro, 10-inch Tab Pro, and 8-inch Tab Pro in stores and online today, while the 12.2-inch TabPro will reportedly hit shelves sometime in March.
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