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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1" (2019) 32GB Wi-Fi Tablet $254.15 (eBay Plus) $269.10 (Non Plus) + Shipping / Pickup @ Bing Lee eBay

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Even better from TGG. Makes this the cheapest find so far. Get it while its hot.

MPN: SM-T510NZKDXSA
Manufacturer's Warranty: 24 Months
Storage Capacity: 32 GB
Maximum Expandable Memory: Up to 512GB
Display Resolution: 1920x1200 (WUXGA)
Screen Size: 10.1 in
Memory Expansion: Micro SD
GPS: Yes
Processor model: Exynos 7904A
Processor: Octa Core
Processor Speed: 1.60 GHz, 1.80 GHz
Storage Size: 32GB
What's In The Box: Tablet, Travel Adaptor, Data cable, Recycling bag
Hardware Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB 2.0
RAM Size: 2GB RAM
Internet Connectivity: Wi-Fi
Weight (g): 470
Manufacturer Colour: Black
Connection Ports: USB Type C 2.0 x1, Micro SD, 3.5mm Audio Jack
Front Camera: 5.0MP CMOS, F2.2
Rear Camera: 8.0MP CMOS, Auto Focus & F1.9

I got this as an upgrade from my Nexus 7. It weighs almost half a kilo but I guess it'll be ok for short periods of single-handed use.

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  • +4 votes

    but I guess it'll be ok for short periods of single-handed use.

    You can always use this if you get too tired
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/464916

  • +3 votes

    Bought to replace my old nvidia shield tablet that is really starting to battle. Cheers

  • +1 vote

    This or Tab A 10.5" (2018)?

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      I'd go with this just due to age and processor.

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      Would to like to know this too.

      Is the 2018 10.5 Tab A a clear winner compared to the newer 2019 10.1 ?? Or not?

    • +1 vote

      It's 2 GB RAM from new model vs 3 GB from 2018.

      • +1 vote

        2018 model also has those nice Quad speakers in each corner where the 2019 has only two at the bottom, not good for stereo separation when using in landscape mode.

        This is a great price for the 2019 model which will get one extra years software support, but might be able to still get the 2018 model for $270 when there's a 20% off sale.

  • +2 votes

    2GB RAM enough these days?

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      Probably ok for browsing and YouTube

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        Although only have 2GB of ram in the current model, it is the newer faster mHz ram but not sure if close to the older 3GB ram usage in the 2018 model.

        Not really a hard core tablet anyway, so probably enough for most's basic usage cases.

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    I wonder why the version with the s pen seems to be out of the market.

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    Anyone know of a decent case for this that wont break after 2 days?

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    This or a Galaxy Tab S2…..which is getting a bit long in the tooth. Would this be an upgrade? Thanks in advance!

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    Just bought this for the parents from TGG a few hours ago :'(

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    Why is mine saying this code cant be applied to your order?

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    This or iPad gen6?

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      You should check out iPadOS and make a decision. There's a shyte load of hype for the new OS for iPads and it actually looks pretty awesome. I'm not sure if you can get anywhere near that experience on an Android - but if price is a main factor for you, go with the Samsung

      • +1 vote

        I prefer windows and android tablet, cos iOS ms remote desktop is not great compare with android or windows version.
        Also, there is no app in iOS for previewing a zip file from a SMB server, it will download the whole zip file to the iPad before you can view or unzip it.

    • +1 vote

      Interesting that people neg me when I'm speaking the truth.

      I've got a 5th iPad for my son for occasional videos and games and I don't see myself upgrading that until the device dies, and will still get updates after the device dies. Yes it cost more, but it will last much longer. Look at the iPad mini 2, 6 years of updates! Also less landfill by upgrading less.

      I had a Nexus 7 2013 and although it was great, it was only supported for 3 years by Google. Not to mention most of the apps on Android tablets look like enlarged phone apps, besides the apps made by big names like Google, Facebook etc. It just seem like Android just simply forgot about tablets and you can tell because the whole interface is just like a enlarged phone.

      In the end it's up to you. If it's just for media consuming and don't mind it not being able to update in 2-3 years time, go for it.

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        I have an iPad Air 2, and most the apps on it are blown up phone apps too. It’s great that Apple push out updates for longer. However with that being said updates are more important on iOS, once you lose os support core apps lose support like safari because they are apart of the os updates. Then the tablet slowly becomes less useable. Where with Android the core apps like the browser can continue to be supported for years after the os stops receiving updates. So you probably get similar life in terms of usability. A product like the nexus 7 probably still runs majority of apps and games on Android, which I guess isn’t bad for a product that is around 6 years old and was relatively cheap compared to something like iPad mini at the time. I’ve been looking to update my iPad Air 2 but the problem I find is that Apple has increased their prices considerably for a similar product. I guess that’s the downside of Android tablets not being so competitive in the market. I’m now looking at Android tablets, especially since you can get OLED screen which Apple doesn’t offer on their iPad range.

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    wait until another Bing Lee 20% off

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    The Xiami MiPad 4 Plus has better specs but is at least $500 AU imported, and isn't properly "internationalized" comapred to Samsung products (and had to be imported from the Republican of China). But this Sumsung is great value for money at ~$260 AU, useful for non-demanding tasks like music player, ebook reader, comic book reader.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, had an eye on one of these as an option. Can't go past this price.

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    Bought one, thanks OP

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    Can anyone recommend me a super cheap tablet solely to watch downloaded netflix content on ?
    Obviously capacity comes to mind to store downloaded shows, but I have no idea about what other specs I would need.
    Oh, and bluetooth for my wireless headphones but I'd assume that's stock standard.

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    Hi Everyone,
    Can anyone comment on if it can handle 1080p HD mkv files?
    Some of the cheaper tablets can't handle the 1080p processing and the videos become too choppy.
    Also wondering how it handles the 1080p files with 5.1 surround.
    I understand that I won't hear the 5.1 effect, but some hardware just can't even run the files.
    Thanks,

    • +2 votes

      It would definitely play content at 1080p BUT what you need to be aware of is the video and audio codec within the .mkv container. For example an .mkv movie encoded with h264 will probably have 0 problems, but an .mkv file with video encoded in h.265 (HEVC) might struggle. The filename extension does not tell you this, you need to look at the video and audio blobs within the container itself. Check places like gsmareana to see if you can get more info on its decoding ability if this is a major concern.

      5.1 audio is the same, the audio in the file can be encoded in many ways.

      That all said, just install handbrake on your PC and re-encode the .mkv files to EXACTLY whats good for the tablet, i did this for my sons tablet and they look awesome and play excellent and can store many many more on a single SD card.

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        Thanks mate,
        I ended up jumping in and getting one.
        I am good with re-encoding if needed, but it is a pain to do it if I have to.
        S'pose I will find out in a few days when it arrives :P
        Cheers,

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          Please report back TeamTerry - I was wondering the same thing about mkv+x265 encoding…

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    Would this be ideal for uni textbooks/ebooks? Good battery life?

  • +1 vote

    Hmm… Was reading a review, apparently this has really good battery life but also worth noting that the 128GB model has 3GB ram and an S pen!

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    Do you get pen on the 128gb model?

    Should i get the 8" version with 2gb ram that is $180 cheaper than 10" 128gb model for 5yo kids?

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