Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 8GB P3110 in White £193.99 + £30 Cashback From Samsung + TCB (1.51%) or Quidco (2%) @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Along the same lines as the deal posted yesterday, here's a better one @ ebuyer for the white model.

ebuyer is a qualifying retailer - Check out the details in the terms and conditions - http://www.samsung.com/uk/student/cashback.html#

TCB Cashback @ 1.51%
Quidco @ 2%

Edited with the price now up to £193.99, still a good deal.

Looks worth a punt over the Nexus if you love a bit of SD slot action. . .
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pantaiema
Does it come with 3G ?

Oh hang on, let me go and read the product details so that you don't have to.....right ok, I've read the stuff that you could have had you not been so bone idle and no it doesn't have 3G.

Is there anything else you'd like me to do whilst I'm at it? Cup of tea? wash the car? Walk the dog?

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#1
Erm, no mention of this tablet on the linked cashback form:

Only tablets listed are:

II. Claim £50/€50 cashback on Tablet models: GT-P5100TSABTU, GT-P5100ZWABTU, GT-P5110TSABTU, GTP5110ZWABTU,
GT-P5100TSEBTU, GT-P5100ZWEBTU, GT-P5110TSEBTU, GT-P5110ZWEBTU.

This tablet is GT-P3110ZWABTU.
#2
jmarcelino
Erm, no mention of this tablet on the linked cashback form:

Only tablets listed are:

II. Claim £50/€50 cashback on Tablet models: GT-P5100TSABTU, GT-P5100ZWABTU, GT-P5110TSABTU, GTP5110ZWABTU,
GT-P5100TSEBTU, GT-P5100ZWEBTU, GT-P5110TSEBTU, GT-P5110ZWEBTU.

This tablet is GT-P3110ZWABTU.

Hmmm. . . looks like the Currys/PCW are listing £30 cashback but then their linked claim form only mentions the £50 rebate. Wrong form perhaps?
1 Like #3
More oddness, the online claim form only "opens" on 30/8.

http://www.samsungbacktocollege.com

so I was reading the claim further and it says "claims must be
submitted no sooner than 30 days and no later than 45 days from
the date of invoice."

So we have to wait 1 month before claiming, but then only have 15 days to do so. Very sneaky. Everyone take care!!

I wonder if they reject it if you submit the paper form too early.

Edited By: jmarcelino on Aug 02, 2012 19:51
#4
I can't get the form on the John Lewis site to load

http://www.johnlewis.com/231692574/%5Cjl_assets%5Cpdf/samsung_redemption_310712.pdf

Can anyone else download it? It might clarify things for this deal and the others of this model.
1 Like #5
Claim £30/€30 cashback on the following Tablet models:

GT-P3100TSEBTU, GT-P3100TSABTU, GT-P3110TSEBTU, GT-P3110TSABTU, GT-P3100ZWABTU, GT-P3100ZWEBTU, GT-P3110ZWABTU, GT-P3110ZWEBTU

Qualifying Tablet purchases must be made between 01/08/12 and 30/09/12
http://www.samsung.com/uk/student/cashback.html#
#6
Yes, seems the paper form is not up to date with the cashback deal model. Only the online version.

Can't get that load either JustLikeArkwright.

I think the only concern is making sure we claim within that 15 day window.
#7
BigBuds
Claim £30/€30 cashback on the following Tablet models:

GT-P3100TSEBTU, GT-P3100TSABTU, GT-P3110TSEBTU, GT-P3110TSABTU, GT-P3100ZWABTU, GT-P3100ZWEBTU, GT-P3110ZWABTU, GT-P3110ZWEBTU

Qualifying Tablet purchases must be made between 01/08/12 and 30/09/12
http://www.samsung.com/uk/student/cashback.html#

Thanks, I've updated the deal post.
#8
Does it come with 3G ?
19 Likes #9
pantaiema
Does it come with 3G ?

Oh hang on, let me go and read the product details so that you don't have to.....right ok, I've read the stuff that you could have had you not been so bone idle and no it doesn't have 3G.

Is there anything else you'd like me to do whilst I'm at it? Cup of tea? wash the car? Walk the dog?
4 Likes #10
rbrookes
pantaiema
Does it come with 3G ?

Oh hang on, let me go and read the product details so that you don't have to.....right ok, I've read the stuff that you could have had you not been so bone idle and no it doesn't have 3G.

Is there anything else you'd like me to do whilst I'm at it? Cup of tea? wash the car? Walk the dog?

Cup of tea would be nice. How long until you get to folkestone?
#11
>>>> *Your proof of purchase WILL NOT be returned to you so please ensure you take a copy before posting it to us. Full terms and conditions apply. <<<<

?????? what does this mean ? samsung get to keep the ORIGINAL RECIEPT ??
2 Likes #12
Insert trolling comment about this being cold as it's not an iPad.


Edited By: xeroc on Aug 03, 2012 11:12
#13
I'd be gutted if cashback didn't pay out and I'd spent Nexus 7 16GB money on last year's 8GB tablet!
#14
rbrookes
pantaiema
Does it come with 3G ?

Oh hang on, let me go and read the product details so that you don't have to.....right ok, I've read the stuff that you could have had you not been so bone idle and no it doesn't have 3G.

Is there anything else you'd like me to do whilst I'm at it? Cup of tea? wash the car? Walk the dog?

touché
#15
any idea about cashback on 10" tabs ? and which is the chepest amoung the branded ones ? I am happy with 8 GB , 10" , budget around 200£ max , good screen etc ?
#16
How much is the cheapest 3g version?
#17
RajUK
any idea about cashback on 10" tabs ? and which is the chepest amoung the branded ones ? I am happy with 8 GB , 10" , budget around 200£ max , good screen etc ?

I am also interested in this .. so any advice would be great ..
4 Likes #18
rbrookes
pantaiema
Does it come with 3G ?

Oh hang on, let me go and read the product details so that you don't have to.....right ok, I've read the stuff that you could have had you not been so bone idle and no it doesn't have 3G.

Is there anything else you'd like me to do whilst I'm at it? Cup of tea? wash the car? Walk the dog?

Did he ask you to go look, he asked if anyone knew, You didn't need to go look, you didn't even need to reply, rather that act like a **** to make yourself look great, next time don't bother, you just look like a dick, people like you need a good slapping just for breathing.
1 Like #19
Neardark
rbrookes
pantaiema
Does it come with 3G ?

Oh hang on, let me go and read the product details so that you don't have to.....right ok, I've read the stuff that you could have had you not been so bone idle and no it doesn't have 3G.

Is there anything else you'd like me to do whilst I'm at it? Cup of tea? wash the car? Walk the dog?

Did he ask you to go look, he asked if anyone knew, You didn't need to go look, you didn't even need to reply, rather that act like a **** to make yourself look great, next time don't bother, you just look like a dick, people like you need a good slapping just for breathing.

well said :) btw does this have an sd slot? :|

Edited By: chrisbenwalker on Aug 03, 2012 12:48
#20
bulktrans
RajUK
any idea about cashback on 10" tabs ? and which is the chepest amoung the branded ones ? I am happy with 8 GB , 10" , budget around 200£ max , good screen etc ?

I am also interested in this .. so any advice would be great ..
Probably Lenovo is only the one coming up in my search , but seems to have too many complaints ? , any other brands ?
#21
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?
#22
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?

For most people it would the expandable memory.
#23
adam2116
How much is the cheapest 3g version?
Standard answer ...go to Google.co.uk and type in Samsung 7 Tab 3g.....(_;)
But a more friendly answer, which most people here manage is £299 from CPWoO

Edited By: aeonf242 on Aug 03, 2012 14:18
#24
Price change as of 14:30 03/08/12 now showing as £193.99 on ebuyer
#25
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?

I am looking for 10" tablet. ;-)
#26
JustLikeArkwright
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?

For most people it would the expandable memory.

so, you ditch a much better screen (IPS 216 vs PLS170 ppi), processor (Quad 1300 vs Dual 1000), graphics capabilities (12-core vs dual core GPU) and RAM (DDR3 vs DDR2), and I would say overall touch and feeling, for something you probably won't use?!?!
1 Like #27
RajUK
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?

I am looking for 10" tablet. ;-)

so, why are you reading this deal?
#28
oolla
RajUK
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?

I am looking for 10" tablet. ;-)

so, why are you reading this deal?

To get some advice? Normally when a deal is posted other contributors offer alternatives and advice on the actual deal itself...
#29
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?
Here are a few reasons...
Tab Plusses -
Samsung - not Asus
Better build quality & components (ie NOT nVidia)
Cameras
MicroSD
2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
UK manufacturer office support
Stable ICS
Tablet version of Android, ie rotates in Launcher mode
Available in white


Nexus7 plusses
Google supported device
Jelly Bean
Quad Core - but nVidia
Higher res screen

Before all the nVidia fans jump in, nVidia coding laziness on both tegra2 & tegra3 have been identified as the main issue with system instability on the Asus Transformer range of tablets - and that's on ALL of them to a greater or lesser extent. And Asus are the manufacturer of the N7. Asus are fully responsible for ANY warranty claims on the N7 after the first 15 days even if you get the N7 from Google - & Asus UK repairs are done in the Czech Republic & their after sales is abysmal.


Edited By: janner43 on Aug 03, 2012 16:23
#30
janner43
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?
Here are a few reasons... [snip] (blah blah)


I bet you've never used a Nexus 7, and have never seen these two tablets face to face. Just being so much denser than the samsung, the Nexus 7 is THE tablet to buy, at least if you have a passion for reading.
BTW, few of your pluses are just your opinions, so I leave them.
UK is still in Europe, so every UK sale DOES have 2yrs warranty;
nexus 7 DOES rotate the screen as every other tablet;
ICS more stable than JB? on what basis are you writing that? I've had the tablet for more than two weeks and it turned it off only three times, but because of dead batteries.
everyone trying to take a picture with a rear tablet camera appears just stupid (how many people have you seen doing that?).
The microSD is something I really don't know why people are complaining about; we are in 2012 now, nearly 2013, there's the cloud for most of content, and after more than 200 apps installed, I still have more than 8GB free.
If there were something to complain that would be the lack of HDMI, watching at movies on a tablet it's not something I suggest. But I can use Google contents from my 24" desktop too.
#31
janner43
oolla
buy the nexus 7, why on earth should you go for this old and more expensive model?
Here are a few reasons...
Tab Plusses -
Samsung - not Asus
Better build quality & components (ie NOT nVidia)
Cameras
MicroSD
2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
UK manufacturer office support
Stable ICS
Tablet version of Android, ie rotates in Launcher mode
Available in white


Nexus7 plusses
Google supported device
Jelly Bean
Quad Core - but nVidia
Higher res screen


Tab minus........Samsung ( and RIM) trying to rip off the buying public before being forced to lower their prices to compete with the low margin price of the Nexus............Christ who do they think they are.............Apple.

Edited By: mission1664 on Aug 03, 2012 18:13: edit
#32
So how do I store my 21Gb music collection on a nexus for when I go out of wifi range? Is there an app that would cache my most recently played tunes up to a specified amount? And where would I keep the main 21Gb? On more hardware that I'd have to buy and keep running at home?

I kinda hope there's a solution somebody mentions, because I want a nexus... just that damn sd slot kills it for me.
#33
vodzurk
So how do I store my 21Gb music collection on a nexus for when I go out of wifi range? Is there an app that would cache my most recently played tunes up to a specified amount? And where would I keep the main 21Gb? On more hardware that I'd have to buy and keep running at home?

I kinda hope there's a solution somebody mentions, because I want a nexus... just that damn sd slot kills it for me.

Do you really need 21GB of music at the same time? If that's so important for you change tablet, that's nothing you can do about it, but I doubt the most important use for a tablet is listening to music. anyway, google music store much more than 21GB and have offline capabilities.

Edited By: oolla on Aug 03, 2012 18:26
#34
Is google music available in the UK yet? As in, the cloud solution that you can push all your existing music up to?

Also just realised, from Currys, the nexus has £15 marketplace credit, which face it, you'll use! And my new Amex card gives me 5% cashback... 'kinda' making it £175.
#35
Deal post edited to reflect increase in price, which is still decent.

Cloud might be fine for audio, less so for HD video. I think the Samsung represents the better option for video junkies on the move.
#36
vodzurk
So how do I store my 21Gb music collection on a nexus for when I go out of wifi range? Is there an app that would cache my most recently played tunes up to a specified amount? And where would I keep the main 21Gb? On more hardware that I'd have to buy and keep running at home?

I kinda hope there's a solution somebody mentions, because I want a nexus... just that damn sd slot kills it for me.

I had the same thought but after a bit of research you can easily root the Nexus and , with a cable , connect a usb stick , so I am going for the Nexus
#37
vodzurk
Is google music available in the UK yet? As in, the cloud solution that you can push all your existing music up to?

Also just realised, from Currys, the nexus has £15 marketplace credit, which face it, you'll use! And my new Amex card gives me 5% cashback... 'kinda' making it £175.

I have google music on my galaxy s2. It was dead easy to put on.
#38
oolla
vodzurk
So how do I store my 21Gb music collection on a nexus for when I go out of wifi range? Is there an app that would cache my most recently played tunes up to a specified amount? And where would I keep the main 21Gb? On more hardware that I'd have to buy and keep running at home?

I kinda hope there's a solution somebody mentions, because I want a nexus... just that damn sd slot kills it for me.

Do you really need 21GB of music at the same time? If that's so important for you change tablet, that's nothing you can do about it, but I doubt the most important use for a tablet is listening to music. anyway, google music store much more than 21GB and have offline capabilities.

why limit your self...? if it can be done on another device?
1 Like #39
Asus are fully responsible for ANY warranty claims on the N7 after the first 15 days even if you get the N7 from Google - & Asus UK repairs are done in the Czech Republic & their after sales is abysmal.

Anything under a 3 year warranty is pretty much worthless (in the UK) anyway.

The Sale of Goods Act give you the right to return the item to the retailer for repair or refund for "up to" 6 years where there is an inherent fault.

The "upto" bit is a bit ambiguous in that in that you have to prove that the device was intended to last that long. The way most people get around this IF it goes to court (which is very rare, see below) is to write to the manufacturer and ask them whether the device should last 3 years. No major electronics company is going to reply and state that their hardware was only meant to last 12 months (imagine the bad press!).

There's actually a reason you should NEVER use a warranty (unless it's something like a 3 or 5 year warranty and you're approaching the end of the warranty period); once you've had your item replaced by the manufacturer via a warranty (most just ship out a different reconditioned unit rather than actually repairing and sending back the same item back to you), you've absolved the retailer of your rights under the SOGA, because the device you now have is no longer the same device that they sold to you!

Always use the SOGA or Distance Selling Regulations to replace a faulty item. Warranties, quite literately, aren't worth the paper they are written on (unless, of course, the retailer goes out of business - which I submit is entirely possible with the way things are going economically at present).

The chances are you will never see the inside of a court room and most companies will just accept their legal liability and replace the item for another. Although it's probably worth saying that some companies (especially some of the big high-street names like PC World) will resist a bit.

But if you start with a polite email requesting a SOGA return, followed up by a properly formatted legal e-mail/letter (there's loads of examples on the 'net) giving them 14 days before you'll proceed with a small claims court action (make sure your talking to the right person, you want someone at HQ not someone on minimum wage in a call centre who couldn't give a toss if you take them to court or not), most companies will cave in at this point (for a low cost item such as this), because to proceed means getting lawyers involved, and they don't come cheap.

It's even better if you seek advice from the Citizens Advice Bureau (and make the company aware of this), because it shows the company that you mean business. They usually resist up until a certain point to see if you're bluffing, once they know a court action is likely they'll usually (hopefully!) cave in, because if they lose they are liable for the court costs, the cost of refunding the item, the cost of having a lawyer representing them and liable for your costs.
#40
flawed
Asus are fully responsible for ANY warranty claims on the N7 after the first 15 days even if you get the N7 from Google - & Asus UK repairs are done in the Czech Republic & their after sales is abysmal.

Anything under a 3 year warranty is pretty much worthless (in the UK) anyway.

The Sale of Goods Act give you the right to return the item to the retailer for repair or refund for "up to" 6 years where there is an inherent fault.

The "upto" bit is a bit ambiguous in that in that you have to prove that the device was intended to last that long. The way most people get around this IF it goes to court (which is very rare, see below) is to write to the manufacturer and ask them whether the device should last 3 years. No major electronics company is going to reply and state that their hardware was only meant to last 12 months (imagine the bad press!).

There's actually a reason you should NEVER use a warranty (unless it's something like a 3 or 5 year warranty and you're approaching the end of the warranty period); once you've had your item replaced by the manufacturer via a warranty (most just ship out a different reconditioned unit rather than actually repairing and sending back the same item back to you), you've absolved the retailer of your rights under the SOGA, because the device you now have is no longer the same device that they sold to you!

Always use the SOGA or Distance Selling Regulations to replace a faulty item. Warranties, quite literately, aren't worth the paper they are written on (unless, of course, the retailer goes out of business - which I submit is entirely possible with the way things are going economically at present).

The chances are you will never see the inside of a court room and most companies will just accept their legal liability and replace the item for another. Although it's probably worth saying that some companies (especially some of the big high-street names like PC World) will resist a bit.

But if you start with a polite email requesting a SOGA return, followed up by a properly formatted legal e-mail/letter (there's loads of examples on the 'net) giving them 14 days before you'll proceed with a small claims court action (make sure your talking to the right person, you want someone at HQ not someone on minimum wage in a call centre who couldn't give a toss if you take them to court or not), most companies will cave in at this point (for a low cost item such as this), because to proceed means getting lawyers involved, and they don't come cheap.

It's even better if you seek advice from the Citizens Advice Bureau (and make the company aware of this), because it shows the company that you mean business. They usually resist up until a certain point to see if you're bluffing, once they know a court action is likely they'll usually (hopefully!) cave in, because if they lose they are liable for the court costs, the cost of refunding the item, the cost of having a lawyer representing them and liable for your costs.

Great post, i ve copied it for future ref .

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