Samsung has refreshed their popular Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet dubbing this new model the “2014 Edition”. They have finalized the U.S. release date of this model which is set for October 10th. As of now, there are no carriers who have stepped forward saying they will be supporting the device, but the Wi-Fi only model is expected to be released on that date regardless of whether the LTE model is ready. Those interested in getting their hands on a Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition in the early months can pre-order the device from select retailers starting tomorrow including Amazon and Best Buy.
The revamped Note 10.1 model features a color choice of jet black or classic white as well as the option between a 16GB unit ($550) and a 32GB ($600). While this is considered fairly expensive to most consumers, there are some neat bonuses that are included with each Note 10.1 purchase. For example, anyone who buys the 2014 Edition unit will receive a free 3 months of Hulu Plus, a free 3 months of Sirius XM, a one year subscription to Boingo hotspots, a 12-week subscription to the New York Times, a full year subscription to Bloomberg Businessweek, and lastly an extra 50GB of storage added to your Dropbox account (free for 2 years).
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