You still can't buy an Australian Galaxy Tab 10.1, thanks to the ongoing legal battles between Apple and Samsung; it looks as though it'll be at least the end of September before you can. Still, Samsung's plans for the tablet were sufficiently advanced that Myer's online catalogue listed the tablet for sale this week. No, you still can't buy it, but if you could, the 16GB model would have cost you $579, and Myer would have chucked in a free sleeve with the deal. [Myer]
Myer Gives The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 An Australian Price
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