So far, there is nothing strange or unusual to the story. When the Best Buy rep inside the store took the defective GALAXY Tab 10.1 to the back room to exchange it with a new unit, he accidentally came out with a Samsung GALAXY Tab 8.9 and handed it over to the tablet buyer, who took it home. The tablet is not supposed to be launched until September 25th at the earliest. The picture of the box shows it to be the 16GB version of the tablet which Samsung has priced at $470 (the 32GB model will cost you $570).
What would you have done in the same situation? Would you have pointed out the mistake to the rep or would you have just kept you mouth shut and walked out of the store with a tablet that no one else owns at the moment.