Originally Posted by SameOldStory
Goodby Galaxy Tab.
I have no interest in it anymore.
Pricing Could Determine Samsung Galaxy Tab's Fate
"If the Tab really does cost around $1,000, U.S. carriers will have to subsidize the heck out of it. I can't imagine the carriers will cover more than half the cost, which still leaves consumers responsible for $500 at the register. That $500 buys them a device, and a data contract between $40 and $60 per month for 24 months. That's a hefty expense."
How about a little more recent information from Samsung, from a Wallstreet Journal
article reposted through Yahoo?
"While a price hasn't been set, Samsung product executive Hankil Yoon said in an interview that it would likely retail for between $200 and $300, although the final price would vary depending on different carrier subsidies.
Mr. Yoon expects to ship 10 million units and take a third of the global tablet market next year."
Is that more acceptable?