Though it's not official yet, early reports based on prices from European retailers suggest the Samsung Galaxy Tab is going to be pricey. Very pricey. Engadget reports hearing €699 ($890) in France and €799 ($1,020) in Germany, which are probably the respective prices of the 16GB and 32GB models. However, the United Kingdom has a truly terrifying offer of £680 ($1,050) for the 16GB model. Ouch!
Though Samsung has said any prices floating around are pure speculation, it has supposedly revealed a RRP for Sweden of SEK 9,000 including VAT. Engadget reports that that works out to about $1,240 (or $930 without VAT).
The Galaxy Tab does have 3G so you can bet these will be available directly from carriers with quite a sizable chunk of the price lopped off in exchange for signing a contract. Unfortunately, a lot of people don't want to sign another contract for a tablet.
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