Samsung Galaxy Tab: Brave Black Friday crowds, save $50

Bargain shoppers will find plenty of options as the tablet wars heat up before the holidays.

By Ian Paul, PC World |  Mobile & Wireless, Black Friday, Samsung Galaxy Tab

Many Black Friday sites have been circulating what is supposedly Best Buy's Black Friday doorbusters special flyer for some time. Just like Radio Shack, Best Buy will purportedly be offering the same deal as Radio Shack: a $350 Samsung Galaxy Tab from Sprint. But the big box retailer may also be cutting Verizon's contract-free Galaxy Tab down to $550 from $600, another $50 price cut. It's not clear if Best Buy's deals are mail-in rebates, and purchases are limited to four devices per customers, according to the ad. The scanned Best Buy flyer on BlackFriday.info says doors will open at 5 a.m.

While this flyer looks legitimate, it's important to note that Best Buy has yet to confirm these deals. So keep your eye out for the Best Buy's Black Friday circular hitting your doorstep in the next few days. If you want to get a sneak peek at the flyer before anyone else, sign up for Best Buy's Black Friday circular event on Facebook.

Although critical opinion is mixed on the Galaxy Tab, Samsung is bullish about the device's prospects. The electronics manufacturer recently said it hopes to sell one million Galaxy Tab devices worldwide by the end of 2010. The device first went on sale in the U.S. the week of November 10.

Connect with Ian Paul (@ianpaul) and Today@PCWorld on Twitter for the latest tech news and analysis.


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