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Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 10.1 for £299.99 @ Expansys

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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Seems to be a super price!!!!

Not actually in stock but stock due in 4 days.

System: Android 4.4 KitKat®
Processor: 1.9 GHz / Octa Core / Exynos 5 / GPU: Mali-T628 MP6
Memory: Internal: 16 GB / RAM: 2 GB / Slot type: microSD / Max. slot capacity: 64 GB
Display: 10.1" / Super Clear LCD / Resolution: 2560 x 1600 pixels / 229 ppi
Camera: 8 Mpixels / 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, Geo-tagging, face and smile detection / Flash: LED / Video: 1080p / Front: 2 Mpixels
Wireless: Bluetooth: 4.0+A2DP / Wifi: IEEE 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n
Connection: Jack 3.5 mm / microUSB v2.0, USB Host
GPS: AGPS & GLONASS
Sensors: Accelerometer, E-compass, Gyro sensor
Battery: 8220 mAh
Weight: 477 g
Dimensions: 243.1 x 171.4 x 7.3 mm
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#1
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...
#2
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..
this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

Good price!

Do you have a shop that has them on display, e.g. Carphone Warehouse, John Lewis, etc. next to you? Have a look and buy the one you like. IMHO 8" and 10" are pretty different size-wise, I'd say 8" for travel while 10"-12" is more for home use.

I have a 10" but I'd like 8" for travel and 12" for home ;)
1 Like #3
might go for the note 8, gonna sleep on it first though..lol
#4
Worth noting it is an import, and Samsung can be problematic with imports.
#5
plebbygiraffe
Worth noting it is an import, and Samsung can be problematic with imports.


Don't see what the problem would be if this has EU warranty.
#6
fazzx
plebbygiraffe
Worth noting it is an import, and Samsung can be problematic with imports.

Don't see what the problem would be if this has EU warranty.
If this has EU warranty...

It could be a US or HK import.
#7
Thought they would have put 3GB of RAM in this.
#8
plebbygiraffe
fazzx
plebbygiraffe
Worth noting it is an import, and Samsung can be problematic with imports.


Don't see what the problem would be if this has EU warranty.
If this has EU warranty...

It could be a US or HK import.


oh OK thanks for letting me know, I thought they only did EU imports..
#9
I have emailed them to find out what country this would be imported from, will let you guys know when I hear from them...
#10
Am I wrong but aren't amazon doing this for 297.99 free shipping?

GG.
#11
GloriousGoat
Am I wrong but aren't amazon doing this for 297.99 free shipping?

GG.


not actually sold by amazon though...
#12
fazzx
plebbygiraffe
fazzx
plebbygiraffe
Worth noting it is an import, and Samsung can be problematic with imports.

Don't see what the problem would be if this has EU warranty.
If this has EU warranty...

It could be a US or HK import.

oh OK thanks for letting me know, I thought they only did EU imports..

Nah, they've sold Australian stock before now.
#13
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.

Edited By: fishmaster on Jun 28, 2014 23:03
#14
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...


The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.


Yeh thats what I was thinking too...might wait until the galaxy s 8.4 is released....
3 Likes #15
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.
2 Likes #16
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

Since you're looking at the screen whilst using the device quite obviously then LCD quality is a paramount consideration usually.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)





Edited By: fishmaster on Jun 28, 2014 23:50: DAFT IS AS DAFT DOES.
#17
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)




Make checking for dead pixels much easier though. :{
1 Like #18
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

Since you're looking at the screen whilst using the device quite obviously then LCD quality is a paramount consideration usually.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)




720p is perfectly useable on an 8" screen and the quality of the note 8's screen is excellent. For the money it is a good choice. Spending more on a device with a higher resolution and better specs is also not a terrible decision but it all depends on its primary use. If mainly for watching videos and internet I'd say the note 8's much better price point makes it the clear choice for most. If you want to do a lot of gaming or reading comics/magazines the. You could make good use of the increased power and clarity.
#19
The Note 8.0 is a bit different from the others due to the superb stylus features, I'm not sure they're directly comparable. I'd prefer the lower-res Note for its usefulness over the Tabs personally...
6 Likes #20
fishmaster


Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)

I'm only seeing one person here with an 'attitude' and that's you Fishy. Less of the insults and maybe more people might take you seriously. Maybe... but I wouldn't count on it.
1 Like #21
TesseractOrion
The Note 8.0 is a bit different from the others due to the superb stylus features, I'm not sure they're directly comparable. I'd prefer the lower-res Note for its usefulness over the Tabs personally...

I didn't consider the stylus so that's a valid point.
1 Like #22
have noticed that too alot of people with attitude problems especially with new deals
1 Like #23
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

Since you're looking at the screen whilst using the device quite obviously then LCD quality is a paramount consideration usually.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)




Typical laptops have 1366x768 resolution on 14" to 15.6". When this is fine for users doing computing so would be good enough for computing for smaller screens of 10"- 8". Higher resolution is a nice to have feature governed by personal perception of value for money.
1 Like #24
8.4" is a good size for a tablet. Otherwise its too bulky and heavy to hold for long periods.
1 Like #25
splender
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

Since you're looking at the screen whilst using the device quite obviously then LCD quality is a paramount consideration usually.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)




Typical laptops have 1366x768 resolution on 14" to 15.6". When this is fine for users doing computing so would be good enough for computing for smaller screens of 10"- 8". Higher resolution is a nice to have feature governed by personal perception of value for money.

You definitely notice the difference with a 1080p screen on a 15.6" laptop.
1 Like #26
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

Since you're looking at the screen whilst using the device quite obviously then LCD quality is a paramount consideration usually.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)




Typical laptops have 1366x768 resolution on 14" to 15.6". When this is fine for users doing computing so would be good enough for computing for smaller screens of 10"- 8". Higher resolution is a nice to have feature governed by personal perception of value for money.

You definitely notice the difference with a 1080p screen on a 15.6" laptop.
Yes, there is a difference but with a bigger hole my wallet the return for the extra money is miniscule. We do have a 9.7" Retina Display; 2048 x 1536 Resolution looks visually pleasing , colours vivid but the productivity and functional benefit is zero gain over 1024x768 resolution. In a house with typical 10-20 screens it comes down to personal choice of value for money as to whether everything need to have that better difference when house bills need to be paid.
#27
pretty sure this is a EU model, as when I search the EAN code: 8806086028554 in google it shows up on french websites, but won't really know until they email me back..
#28
fazzx
might go for the note 8, gonna sleep on it first though..lol

The bigger the better surely? Why would you prefer a smaller screen?
#29
QuickProfits
fazzx
might go for the note 8, gonna sleep on it first though..lol


The bigger the better surely? Why would you prefer a smaller screen?


I was considering that due to price, but your right the bigger screen is better. I have the nexus 7 and the screen feels too small for a tablet but I guess its OK for travelling...
#30
Decent price if this is a EU model. It suffers from typical Samsung **** when it comes to software and merely adequate performance but it's a decent tablet.
1 Like #31
gnsks
Decent price if this is a EU model. It suffers from typical Samsung **** when it comes to software and merely adequate performance but it's a decent tablet.


for a tablet the performance it more then fine....
#32
fazzx
gnsks
Decent price if this is a EU model. It suffers from typical Samsung **** when it comes to software and merely adequate performance but it's a decent tablet.


for a tablet the performance it more then fine....


But it could be much better if it weren't for Samsung being useless at software. Which is a shame, especially at these prices.
#33
anyone seen any decent deals for the note 10.1 2014 edition
#34
splender
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

Since you're looking at the screen whilst using the device quite obviously then LCD quality is a paramount consideration usually.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)




Typical laptops have 1366x768 resolution on 14" to 15.6". When this is fine for users doing computing so would be good enough for computing for smaller screens of 10"- 8". Higher resolution is a nice to have feature governed by personal perception of value for money.
Also higher resolution is detrimental to battery and power usage mind the one on offer here is well equipped to handle both?
#35
morrig
splender
fishmaster
splender
fishmaster
fazzx
soo many options not sure which one to go for lol..

this, the 8.4 inch or the note 8...

The Note 8 has a pathetic 189ppi screen with a crappy resolution. The Note Pro 10.1 and 8.4 have decent screens with decent resolutions.
I wouldn't be so daft as to find something useful solely based on ppi, or pixels per inch.

Less of the attitude please. I mentioned resolution. Anyway check it out yourself. The Note 8 has a low resolution low ppi screen, the other two tabs have vastly superior screens. If you can't tell the difference guess which eye specialist you can visit.

800 x 1280 pixels, 8.0 inches (~189 ppi pixel density) Note 8.0

1600 x 2560 pixels, 8.4 inches (~359 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 8.4

2560 x 1600 pixels, 10.1 inches (~299 ppi pixel density) Tab Pro 10.1

I said Note Pro 10.1 in earlier post I meant Tab Pro 10.1

Since you're looking at the screen whilst using the device quite obviously then LCD quality is a paramount consideration usually.

I'm the one putting the effort in here, and you get mugged off by fools :)




Typical laptops have 1366x768 resolution on 14" to 15.6". When this is fine for users doing computing so would be good enough for computing for smaller screens of 10"- 8". Higher resolution is a nice to have feature governed by personal perception of value for money.
Also higher resolution is detrimental to battery

Not really. You get more drain from the backlight.
#36
they've still not responded, gonna give this a miss..
#38
@ pedgepuk Thanks..

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