Sounds kind of obvious, right? Amazon has the 16GB Wi-Fi model for $US500 plus shipping, and after some quick calls this morning, turns out that MobiCity.com.au has about five 16GB, 3G models in stock (with Australian power adapters) for $849. MobiCity is no stranger to parallel importing, and I'd guess that's the case here. Found a cheaper price? More: Samsung’s Full Response On Australian Galaxy Tab 10.1 Battle With Apple.
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