Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 11" Wi-Fi 256GB Storage (Mystic Silver) $999.20 ($949.20 with $50 voucher) @ Samsung Education Store

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I've just noticed Samsung Educational Store is selling Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 256GB version Mystic Silver for $999.20, stack with $50 marketing voucher to reduce the price to $949.20

not as good as this deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/618520, but it's the best deal atm I think

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  • +3 votes

    If you're not in a hurry EOFY deals are coming up and hopefully we might have repeats of deals like this:

    Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Bronze Wi-Fi 128GB $796.95 ($746.95 with Newsletter Voucher)

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/614625

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      Agreed, if i recall correctly Tab S7+ is the one to get for the AMOLED over the the Tab S7's LTPS TFT.

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        But s7 is easier to handle and carry around because of physical size

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        Yes:

        Tab S7: 11-inch IPS LCD, 1600 x 2560 resolution
        Tab S7+: 12.4-inch Super AMOLED, 1752 x 2800 resolution

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      The US store pushes these out for under $550 (GST inc) via the same program.

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        Australia Tax strikes again! :-(

        • -1 vote

          Incompetent suppliers, and retailers not recognising consumer trends and high value products.

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            @jasswolf:

            Incompetent suppliers

            Isn't Samsung the supplier in this case?

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              @Zilch: Unclear, we don't usually have these problems with phones, monitors or TVs from them.

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        Which helps explain why grey market imports are substantially cheaper than local products.

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      They cleared out the Bronze colour which is why it was no cheap.

      Indirect downward price pressure will be applied when Apple releases their all singing 2021 M1 iPads in a week or so.

      Also the S8 models will be released at some point this year, rumours have mentioned from June until October.

      Also many people are marvelling at the extent to which the hardware in high end tablets is greatly exceeding the ability of the os and software to use it so the appeal of new, you beaut models is confusing to many observers.

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        That's what I'm waiting for so hopefully the prices tumble.

  • +1 vote

    Out if curiosity, are people buying these to complement a laptop, or as a replacement for a laptop? $1000 bux is heading into decent laptop territory.

    • +1 vote

      Looking to buy this to replace an 8" Huawei tablet. Mainly for media consumption.

      I have used Android as a laptop replacement for work when my pc was down. Work well enough for RDA but it has its limitations like not being able to support two monitors or output qhd resolution to a 34" monitor.

    • +1 vote

      Have a desktop, want a big a$$ screen to watch stuff in bed/on the go that isn't clunky like a laptop with keyboard. Already have a beast work laptop so don't need another one. Waiting for the S7+ to be under $1000 to replace my budget 10" tablet.

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      Really nice to have near low level laptop performance with such great battery life and abilty to recharge with inexpensive battery packs.

      Can use for Office Productivity and I use mine to to do Python programming on the go etc

      Especially when travelling before covid at least.

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      Yeah I would think the iPad Air is a better tablet too. I've never owned an iPad but it seems like the consensus is that Apple own the tablet experience and win it hands down.

      Also Chromebooks can make excellent media consumption devices some of the flip ones.

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        Just boils down to what eco-system your're in, whether you need SD-Card support, whether you value OLED screen over LCD etc.

        Do hope Android has something comparable to M1 chip in the pipeline.

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    I've had Samsung tablets and they were okay… Had a few surfaces too but did not rate them as tablets. I bought an ipad for music reading apps and I love it. Use it for work too with the apple pencil. It's an entry level one but hands down the best tablet experience that I've had. Android is better for phones though imo.

  • +1 vote

    Heads up for anyone interested that the Mystic Bronze models are cheap at amazon Aust at the moment.

    S7 128GB $878

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Samsung-Galaxy-Wi-Fi-128GB-Bronze/...

    S7+ 128GB $1198

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Samsung-SM-T970NZNAXSA-Galaxy-Wi-F...