Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8+ colossus is on sale at a mind-blowing discount

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8+ colossus is on sale at a mind-blowing discount
Unveiled almost eight months ago alongside its little and big brothers and (properly) released a couple of months later, the 12.4-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ powerhouse is normally priced at $899.99 and up.

Because that's definitely a tad steep for an Android tablet arguably unable to rival the muscle of Apple's M1-based iPad Pro (2021) duo or the productivity of Microsoft's Windows 11-supporting Surface Pro 7, Best Buy is currently offering a decent $100 discount on an entry-level 128GB storage configuration.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+

Wi-Fi Only, 128GB Storage, Pink Gold, S Pen Included, New, 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty
$609 99
$899 99

But the same exact model is also on sale at Woot for an incredibly low price of $609.99 for the next few days only (or while supplies last). That's a (slightly) better deal than the e-tailer's "clearance" offer from roughly a month ago, which predictably went away pretty quickly.

For those keeping score at home, Galaxy Tab S8+ buyers are looking at saving nearly 300 bucks here if they hurry, with this absolutely massive discount for such a new and technologically advanced product equating to 32 percent slashed off its aforementioned list price.

These are brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged units backed by a full manufacturer warranty available for a little over six Benjamins a pop, which essentially puts the 128GB Tab S8 Plus in the same price bracket as the 64 gig iPad Air (2022).

Apple's latest 10.9-incher, of course, packs the same state-of-the-art M1 processor as the 2021-released 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pros, but Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8+ holds a bunch of other advantages over it, from a larger and smoother 120Hz screen to a thinner body, better overall photography experience, and perhaps more importantly, a handy built-in S Pen that you don't need to pay extra for.

In short, this Android 12L-running bad boy may well be the best tablet for its price... as long as you don't mind the somewhat unwieldy form factor.

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