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Samsung's Galaxy Pro series of tablets deliver professional productivity and expansive entertainment thanks to their high-end specifications. The 8.4-inch Galaxy TabPRO comes complete with a stunning WQXGA display, quad-core processor, and convenient multitasking, all housed within a sleek and slim premium casing.
4 million pixels
The 4 million pixel display on the TabPRO provides a stunning viewing experience. With almost 360 pixels per inch, this vivid and sharp display will help you enjoy a crystal clear resolution for a superior experience whether you're reading text, viewing photos or watching videos.
Sleek, slim and high quality
TabPRO has been designed to look and feel as classy on the outside as it performs on the inside. It features a stitched, leather-like finish for an elegant, classic style. It also measures just 7.2mm in depth and weights 331g, making it more convenient to use on the go.
Incredible apps
The TabPRO comes packed with apps to help you get the most out of your tablet. Remote PC will enable you to access your home or office PC whenever you need it, letting you access and edit your files using desktop applications compatible with both Mac and Windows. WebEx video conferencing provides a great platform for interacting with data in meetings with up to eight people around the world. Samsung's exclusive apps like ChatON, S Suggest, S Voice, Smart Remote and All Share Play are all included too, as well as Google apps, including GMail, YouTube and Google Maps. If you think the TabPRO is missing something you need, then both the Play Store and Samsung Apps are installed to give you access to many more apps, as well as games, video content, eBooks and music.
Quad core processing
A 2.3GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor and 2GB of RAM powers the Galaxy TabPRO. Coupled with 2GB of RAM, you'll be able to run the latest apps for image and video editing, gaming and productivity and enjoy smooth performance and impressive graphics.
Simple Multitasking
TabPRO's Multi Window function will help you run apps simultaneously, harnessing the full power of the TabPRO. Multi Window displays apps side by side on the screen, making taking notes or comparing details much easier than constantly swapping between two apps.
Accessories Included USB Cable
Battery life Up to 12 hours video playback, up to 10 hours Wi-Fi web browsing
Bluetooth Enabled Yes - 4.0
Brand Samsung
Computer Support Helpline Free 90 day computer support
Dimensions H219 x W128.5 x D7.2 mm
Ethernet Port NO
Finish White
Graphics card Adreno 330
Graphics card type Shared
Hard drive 16GB
Headphone socket YES
Location Services GPS, GLONASS
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) SM-T320NZWABTU
Memory (RAM) 2GB
Memory Card Slot microSD (up to 64GB)
NFC enabled NO
Operating system Android 4.4 KitKat
Pixels Per Inch (PPI) 359 PPI
Ports Micro USB 2.0 with MHL
Processor Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon Krait 400
Processor speed 2.3GHz
Screen finish Gloss
Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600 pixels
Screen size 8.4"
Screen Type WQXGA TFT LCD
Sensors Accelerometer, Geo-magnetic, Gyro-sensor, Light Sensor, Hall Sensor
SIM Card Type Wi-Fi Only
Sound Built-in speakers
Touch Screen YES
Voice Recognition YES- S Voice
Webcam (front-facing) 2 megapixel CMOS sensor
Webcam (rear-facing) 8 megapixel CMOS sensor with LED flash
Weight 331g
Wireless Display NO

Offer ends 13th July 2014.
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#1
Link not working. Instore deal only?
#2
around same price in Amazon 3rd party sellers. No 2 years extended warranty.
#3
A good price for this tablet but cant helpvthinking the mini retina would hold its value better making it the better buy.. The Note 8 at £160 I think is better value.
2 Likes #5
True, Apple always holds value better but if you want Android this is the best at 8" (except the AMOLED S version).

IMHO Note 8 was good in its time but outclassed - especially screen wise, hardware already showing its age, wifi not best. If I had less than 200 to spend I'd also personally get the LG Pad 8 which may be even cheaper - unless you need the pen.
#6
vdey
around same price in Amazon 3rd party sellers. No 2 years extended warranty.

JL may not be my fav retailer - but you'd be lucky to have any warranty with 3-rd party sellers. Now if it were far cheaper then the risk may be worth it, perhaps at 180 or something...
2 Likes #7
I will get a G pad instead.
1 Like #8
winchman
A good price for this tablet but cant helpvthinking the mini retina would hold its value better making it the better buy.. The Note 8 at £160 I think is better value.
No it's not, the Note 8 is trash compared to this and is inferior in every way possible.

Edited By: GoatzRus on Jun 28, 2014 11:11
1 Like #9
GoatzRus
winchman
A good price for this tablet but cant helpvthinking the mini retina would hold its value better making it the better buy.. The Note 8 at £160 I think is better value.
No it's not, the Note 8 is trash compared to this and is inferior in every way possible.
He said better value. Not better. Neither you or I are in a position to say otherwise.
People need to understand what they're reading sometimes.

edit: Damn I somehow Liked GoatzRus comment too accidentally. lol

Edited By: Mebster on Jun 28, 2014 11:23
#10
JL seems to have matched price for iPad mini 1st gen at Argos, it is now £219
#11
I would wait and get a tab s. The screen on that thing is awesome.
#12
Mebster
GoatzRus
winchman
A good price for this tablet but cant helpvthinking the mini retina would hold its value better making it the better buy.. The Note 8 at £160 I think is better value.
No it's not, the Note 8 is trash compared to this and is inferior in every way possible.
He said better value. Not better. Neither you or I are in a position to say otherwise.
People need to understand what they're reading sometimes.

edit: Damn I somehow Liked GoatzRus comment too accidentally. lol
Better value is completely subjective, I wouldn't spend even spend £50 on a Note 8 because it's terrible and I'd feel my money was wasted, but to me the Note pro 8.4 isbfar better value for money and worth £249 because you get a lot more for your money.
#13
winchman
A good price for this tablet but cant helpvthinking the mini retina would hold its value better making it the better buy.. The Note 8 at £160 I think is better value.

link me mate with note pls
#14
I had the tab pro 10.1 too much bloatware for my liking
#15
I was tempted to buy a Samsung 8 (16GB) for £130 but there's so much debate over what's good value and what isn't.
#16
i think it is a great opportunity to get a Samsung tablet
4 Likes #17
harpreet452
i think it is a great opportunity to get a Samsung tablet

That's an excellent insight Mr DefinitelyNotSamsungShill.
#18
I'd wait until the Tab S 8.4 is £250.
1 Like #19
Adrian7
IMHO Note 8 was good in its time but outclassed - especially screen wise, hardware already showing its age, wifi not best. If I had less than 200 to spend I'd also personally get the LG Pad 8 which may be even cheaper - unless you need the pen.

I am just about to buy the Note 8 from the Expansys deal.

For me, the killer feature is the pen and it's what makes the Note still relevant. I was thinking of getting either the Asus Vivotab Note 8 or a Dell Venue Pro 8, but for 90 quid less it will do the job just fine. The only feature of the Galaxy Note that feels "last year" is the screen resolution. Yes, newer tablets have faster/better specs, but in the end of the day the user experience of the Wacom pen (I used to have a company issued Note 10.1) is what sets it apart. It's still sufficiently fast enough for everyday use, in my experience the amount of RAM makes a big difference (I wouldn't buy anything with less than 1.5GB anymore) in "zippyness".

I would definitely NOT buy it at eg. £250 that John Lewis is still selling it, but for £160 is great value for a now average but still perfectly usable tablet.

PS. Of course my conclusion is biased by the fact that I think the S-pen implementation is awesome, and I am really looking forward to other brands bringing similar tablets on the market. The Toshiba Write was horrible though, the Venue Pro is really promising specs-wise but even the updated active stylus doesn't seem to cut the mustard yet, only the Vivotab Note 8 is close enough but in the end I decided to pay less and stick with Android.
#20
diktiomenos
Adrian7
IMHO Note 8 was good in its time but outclassed - especially screen wise, hardware already showing its age, wifi not best. If I had less than 200 to spend I'd also personally get the LG Pad 8 which may be even cheaper - unless you need the pen.

I am just about to buy the Note 8 from the Expansys deal.

For me, the killer feature is the pen and it's what makes the Note still relevant. I was thinking of getting either the Asus Vivotab Note 8 or a Dell Venue Pro 8, but for 90 quid less it will do the job just fine. The only feature of the Galaxy Note that feels "last year" is the screen resolution. Yes, newer tablets have faster/better specs, but in the end of the day the user experience of the Wacom pen (I used to have a company issued Note 10.1) is what sets it apart. It's still sufficiently fast enough for everyday use, in my experience the amount of RAM makes a big difference (I wouldn't buy anything with less than 1.5GB anymore) in "zippyness".

I would definitely NOT buy it at eg. £250 that John Lewis is still selling it, but for £160 is great value for a now average but still perfectly usable tablet.

PS. Of course my conclusion is biased by the fact that I think the S-pen implementation is awesome, and I am really looking forward to other brands bringing similar tablets on the market. The Toshiba Write was horrible though, the Venue Pro is really promising specs-wise but even the updated active stylus doesn't seem to cut the mustard yet, only the Vivotab Note 8 is close enough but in the end I decided to pay less and stick with Android.

That's great - but you need/want the pen. For those that don't need/use the pen - and can spare the extra - the TabPro 8 is "better", I'd say in every way.

It's not just the hardware - but if you want to stay official - Note 8 is unlikely to get any further updates - it was lucky to get KitKat at all. Not just getting latest Android but since security patches only come with ROM updates you may need an update simply to patch vulnerabilities. Android really needs to do out-of-band security updates but that's a different topic...

For me the screen makes or brakes such a device and after you get used to high dpi there's no going back... But that's my opinion.
#21
Oh, BTW, Amazon themselves (not 3-rd party) seems to have price matched for those that prefer it:

Price: £249.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
Only 3 left in stock.
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.
#22
Buy ipad mini 1 for 50 quid cheaper
#23
Good deal, but reluctant to buy because of Samsung's bloat wares.
#24
mailmikey
Good deal, but reluctant to buy because of Samsung's bloat wares.


Root it and flash stock android or just remove the bloat ware if you prefer samsung overlay
#25
Not a bad price but I got the old Tab 3 8 for £80 (with several rebates + voucher) at John Lewis. Thing is Samsung just announced their OLED screen tablets (including the 8 inch), and once you see OLED HD (like my Note 3) it's difficult to go back to TFT LCD.
1 Like #26
GoatzRus
winchman
A good price for this tablet but cant helpvthinking the mini retina would hold its value better making it the better buy.. The Note 8 at £160 I think is better value.
No it's not, the Note 8 is trash compared to this and is inferior in every way possible.

' the Note 8 is trash compared to this and is inferior in every way possible.'

Except it HAS THE PEN, which makes it a very different device. Also, it has wider side-bezels, which means you can actually hold it without touching the screen (which stops the scrolling, for example). Note 8 is a bargain for £160, even for £200.
#27
GoatzRus
Mebster
GoatzRus
winchman
A good price for this tablet but cant helpvthinking the mini retina would hold its value better making it the better buy.. The Note 8 at £160 I think is better value.
No it's not, the Note 8 is trash compared to this and is inferior in every way possible.
He said better value. Not better. Neither you or I are in a position to say otherwise.
People need to understand what they're reading sometimes.

edit: Damn I somehow Liked GoatzRus comment too accidentally. lol
Better value is completely subjective, I wouldn't spend even spend £50 on a Note 8 because it's terrible and I'd feel my money was wasted, but to me the Note pro 8.4 isbfar better value for money and worth £249 because you get a lot more for your money.

'I wouldn't spend even spend £50 on a Note 8 because it's terrible ' - I think you've got serious problems...

The Note 8.0 wouldn't still be selling for £250 on Amazon (nd any other major retailer) if it was 'terrible'. It has one of the highest review ratings of any tablet ever released. It was only released last year, it has a fast quadcore, 2GB, Wacom digitizer, true multi-screen apps, and excellent build quality. How on earth can you call that 'terrible'...and for £50? IF you aren't a troll, then you need to be in a rubber room.
#28
really not sure which one to get, this or the note 8...hows the screen like on the note 8?
1 Like #29
fazzx
really not sure which one to get, this or the note 8...hows the screen like on the note 8?

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

Source: gsmarena

I wouldn't get the Note 8 personally. If you want an Android based tablet, then the tab in this deal is high up there on the list of recommended tablets.

Edited By: fishmaster on Jun 28, 2014 19:03
#30
fishmaster
fazzx
really not sure which one to get, this or the note 8...hows the screen like on the note 8?


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

Source: gsmarena

I wouldn't get the Note 8 personally. If you want an Android based tablet, then the tab in this deal is high up there on the list of recommended tablets.


Thanks mate, just seen the 10 inch version for £300 on expansys, thinking of going for that instead.
#31
Wow that's cheap.
#32
cubed
Wow that's cheap.


It's because the S version is going to be out in the next 2 weeks and its already priced @ £319
suspended#34
What no-one has managed to mention is still the lack of tablet specific apps on android. iOS still crushes android in this department although most android tablets are cheaper than the same screen sized apple equivalents.


Up to peoples needs really. I got my nexus 7 (2013) from amazon warehouse for 140 and i'm over the moon with it but hardly ever use apps
#35
AStonedRaichu
mailmikey
Good deal, but reluctant to buy because of Samsung's bloat wares.


Root it and flash stock android or just remove the bloat ware if you prefer samsung overlay


never bloated samsung again, unless its play edition
any links to help flash S3 with stock android, pls
#36
fazzx
cubed
Wow that's cheap.

It's because the S version is going to be out in the next 2 weeks and its already priced @ £319

I thought this tablet only came out of a few months ago?
#37
cubed
fazzx
cubed
Wow that's cheap.


It's because the S version is going to be out in the next 2 weeks and its already priced @ £319


I thought this tablet only came out of a few months ago?



lol thats what I thought, guess samsung it going mad with all the different models...
#38
shifty27
What no-one has managed to mention is still the lack of tablet specific apps on android. iOS still crushes android in this department although most android tablets are cheaper than the same screen sized apple equivalents.


Up to peoples needs really. I got my nexus 7 (2013) from amazon warehouse for 140 and i'm over the moon with it but hardly ever use apps


everything is cheper than apple stuff.
#39
shifty27
What no-one has managed to mention is still the lack of tablet specific apps on android. iOS still crushes android in this department although most android tablets are cheaper than the same screen sized apple equivalents.


Up to peoples needs really. I got my nexus 7 (2013) from amazon warehouse for 140 and i'm over the moon with it but hardly ever use apps


Maybe because you expect all good apps to be free?
#40
Anyone know of any good deals on the 10" version of this or the note 10.1?

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