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Samsung Tab A 10.1" 2GB 32GB $279 | Samsung Tab A 10.1" 3GB 128GB $375 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ The Good Guys eBay

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This Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet has a 2.4 GHz Samsung Exynos 7904 octa-core processor, allowing you to launch applications quickly. Experience fast and responsive system performance with its 2 GB of memory. Also, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A's 10.1-inch LED screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution lets you keep your ebooks easy on the eyes. It features 32 GB drive, so you can keep all your installed applications and video games. Easily send photos while you are out with the Galaxy Tab A tablet's front camera and rear camera. It comes with an Android 9.0 operating system and features 512 GB of expandable storage. This tablet's microSD compatible memory card slot lets you get more storage space. It has 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, so you can hook up to a wide range of networks effortlessly. Also, you can find nearby coffee shops and restaurants with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A's GPS capability. It's good for checking your e-mail and schedule on a larger screen


Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1" 3GB 128GB $375.20

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    Very good deal. Cheaper than Samsung Store - Australian Government discount.

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    Hello guys,
    Im looking for a cheap tablet to read manga/comics, is this model good enough for this purpose? Would you suggest anything else?
    Thanks,

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      I bought one about a month ago just to read digital comics (marvel unlimited and comixology) and it's great, really happy with it. Huge upgrade from my old Lenovo.

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      if your use is very general. Web browsing, comics, streaming on plex, netflix, prime whatever - this is more than enough
      I have this exact one and its snappy

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      Yeah I have this model too. It's pretty good for things like browsing sites/social media, reading and streaming videos. It struggles at bit at more intensive stuff like gaming.

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    Great, almost bought one last night, glad i didnt.

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    Do you think the price will be cheaper on "Black Friday" Sale?

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    Android Tablets seem to be stuck at the 2GB RAM level. I find newer Android versions and apps need 3GB at least.

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      Samsung has a higher tier of tablets (Tab S series) with upgraded specifications and nicer AMOLED displays, the Galaxy A series is their budget tier with basic specs.

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        Noted. It annoys me that small RAM upgrades are bundled in with expensive other features. Like going from 2GB to 4GB isn't that costly but it's bundled with a $100 screen upgrade and $60 storage upgrade.

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          if they bundled this with 4gb it would make people less inclined to upgrade to the top tier expensive ones so less money is made, bit of marketing

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      Agree.
      Although this tablet has a fantastic price, i would get the next level up 128GB/3GB RAM as this tablet will start to get choppy when you fully load it.
      I bought this exact unit and after researching (and luckily not opening the box) exchanged it for the higher spec model.
      Even the updated unit can get choppy at times

      Cheers

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        What did you end up getting?
        What was the end price and the price difference?

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          There are exactly the same unit but with different memories:
          Tab A as per this listing 32GB/2GB RAM, and the higher spec'd unit 128GB/3GB RAM; same CPU etc

          About a month ago, I purchased the 32GB/2GB from JB hifi for $316 (RRP$349) and the 128/3GB RAM was on special for $389.
          For $70 more, I took the plunge of returning my original purchase unopened to get the higher spec'd machine as I have read online reviews that the entry level was just adequate.

          Cheers

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        Agree
        Mine crashes/app close when I have a bunch of browser tabs opened. Learnt that all 2GB tablets are way too under powered. Might be OK if you're the type with just 3-4 tabs opened at a time.

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    Looking at buying this for my son, can this play roblox?

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    I love this tablet with the s pen version. Unfortunately, Samsung stops making/supplying them.

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    I assume this'll be fine for the kids? Netflix, Youtube, Kids games etc?
    Anyone recommend a decent case? hah

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    Is there any chance of getting Officeworks to price match?

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    This is a great tablet for general use. Only let down is the lack of stereo sound. For most people this won't be a problem.

    The next model up is the s5e which has a slightly bigger screen and awesome stereo sound but costs almost double. (Also slightly faster in day to day tasks)

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    Fantastic deal, I love tablets around 10 inches for general use, it's big enough to view comfortably yet not gigantic to be unwieldy and requiring a keyboard and other accessories to maneuver.

    I had purchased one of these for my grandparents full price from tgg at the start of this year when they were going looking for a budgety option and now I think i'll gift myself one at this price. It's responsive even loaded with apps, 2gb from 1gb models of similar or lower price ranges is a huge difference and the Octacore although older than current gen models is good enough for what is essentially 1080p.

    You rarely get any lag and it's quite zippy viewing youtube, netflix and browsing online. You'd never really do much else with it. One single lackluster bit is stereo speakers like someone mentioned above. You only get the decent sounding speakers coming from the bottom of the device.

    Great battery overall fantastic buy thanks OP!

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    Thanks! Any case recommendations? Am confused about how the official Galaxy Tab A 10.1 Book Cover says 2016 in some cases, and 2019 in others. Are we buying the 2016 version of the Tab 10.1 here?

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      This one is the new 2019 model. The old one had a bar for physical buttons down the bottom. Looked like an upsized galaxy in white usually.
      This one is with clear bezel, super thin with metallic back which is obviously the refresh.

      Edit: other than this it also has different processor speed 1.8ghz vs 1.6 2016 as well as greater sd support 512gb vs 200gb 2016

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    Might want to add the 3gb/128gb to the description for people that need it, not as good value but still good if you need the extra ram or storage. I tried to link but it got removed for referral/affiliate link, about $380 after delivery

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      Done :)

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      at that price you really need to sort of slap yourself in the face and ask what you plan on using it for.
      2gb will do you for browsing, light gaming, youtube, videos, netflix. and for just $23 more you can get a samsung evo performance 128gb micro sd as expansion storage.

      The 3gb 128gb model at close to $400 is closing in on budget laptops and you really do need to figure out what that provides for you at roughly $100 more than this $280 model

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    Another dumb question probably, but I already bought this yet it seems the 10.5 from Big W is better value at $249 (https://www.bigw.com.au/product/samsung-galaxy-tab-a-10-5-32...)? Or am I confused lol?

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    Picking one up today. Thanks OP.

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