Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 scores $100 discount, optional keyboard available at 50 percent off
Technically, the Galaxy Tab S5e that Samsung pretty much unveiled out of nowhere last week is not meant as a replacement for the high-end Galaxy Tab S4. But at a starting price of $400, with a top-notch Super AMOLED display in tow, as well as a fairly respectable processor and an insanely thin profile, the mid-range 10.5-incher makes it painfully obvious that the Tab S4 is a bit on the expensive side.
Then again, Samsung still has a couple more months before planning to actually put the Tab S5e up for sale, during which time the company will try to tempt you into buying the older but faster 10.5-inch slate. Until March 30, you can get a cool $100 discount on Wi-Fi-only variants of the Galaxy Tab S4 from the manufacturer's official US e-store, as well as a book cover keyboard for 50 percent off.
Snapdragon 835-powered tablet currently fetches $549.99, while a 256 gig configuration is reduced from a list price of $749.99 to $649.99.Naturally, you don't need to purchase the POGO pin-connecting keyboard to score the Tab S4 markdown, but if you want to spend $75 instead of $150 for the productivity-enhancing accessory, you'll have to add both items to your cart. With 64 gigs of internal storage space, the
The $100 discount and the optional keyboard savings are replacing a now-expired recent deal that allowed Galaxy Tab S4 buyers (at full retail price) to get a Gear Fit2 Pro wearable device at no extra charge. While $550 and up ($625 in a keyboard bundle) is still not what we'd call affordable, it is a whole Benjamin cheaper than an entry-level iPad Pro 10.5 version lacking an Apple Pencil. That's right, the Tab S4 comes with an S Pen in the box as standard, not to mention excellent sound, decent battery life, and decidedly premium build quality.