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Although the iPad is the king of tablets, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A is a great alternative for those who say “no” to Apple. It’s now on sale for just $200, or nearly 40 percent off its list price on Amazon. That’s a whopping $130 savings!
Retailing for $330, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A features a 10.5-inch cinematic wide screen display, which is bigger and brighter than the standard Apple iPad. It also features Dolby Atmos surround sound for an immersive viewing and playing experience.
The Android tablet includes 32GB of on-board storage, which is expandable up to 400GB via microSD card, while its hefty battery life of 14.5 hours is strong enough to get you through the day on just a single charge. Trust us, when paired with Samsung’s suite of entertainment and productivity apps, you’ll get more out of the Galaxy Tab A than an Apple iPad.
This is also one of Amazon’s “Deals of the Day,” so it’s not going to last forever. If you’re in the market for a new tablet, act fast and buy now before it’s too late.
Shop it: $200 (was $330), amazon.com
But don’t just take our word for it.
“This unit is awesome. I would highly recommend it to anyone,” wrote a very satisfied Amazon reviewer. “Considerably less than the models from the fruit vendor, but does everything I would like. I am not a big gamer, nor ‘artist’ so having a stylus was not what I needed. I wanted this for streaming live events or movies, doing email, browsing the web, and reading the news. The 4 speaker sound and picture quality is exceptional, navigation and performance is great. I bought a magnetic keyboard and case for it from Fintie and they complement it nicely.”
Shop it: Samsung Electronics Galaxy Tab A (32GB), $200 (was $330), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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