Galaxy Tab in ANOTHER price cut sensation – now only £341 at Amazon UK

Hope you didn’t buy a Galaxy Tab yesterday, as Amazon UK has now SLASHED yet more money off the price of Samsung’s 7″ Android tablet. The Galaxy Tab is now available at Amazon UK for only £341.

There’s a teeny tiny catch in that Amazon is currently out of stock and not expecting new supplies until February 3rd, but if you don’t mind waiting a week or so…

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…that’s one heck of a massive reduction.

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  1. Hmm…. I think they just hit the price where I gotta get myself one.

  2. Wouldn’t let me order it on

    ” We’re sorry. The quantity that you requested is no longer available. The number to the right is the maximum quantity currently available. ”

    That qty available? Zero. Hey ho.

  3. TurboHobbit

     /  January 26, 2011

    With all these discounts, are we looking at a situation where the Tab has found its natural price level, or are we steeling ourselves for a Tab2 release in the next few months…?

  4. is Amazon UK an official partner, as the £200 entertainment pack offer is valid til the 29th February 2011,

    would make the Tab £141

    • Bristolboy

       /  January 26, 2011

      Only £141 if you consider the £200 of stuff to be good value and items you would have bought anyway.

      • Gary C

         /  January 26, 2011

        Has anyone tried to eBay the Entertainment Pack? I think you’d struggle to make more than a fiver.

  5. Bristolboy

     /  January 26, 2011

    If it was this price a month or two ago I may have been tempted – now I am not, specially considering MWC is around the corner as well as rumours of a Tab 2.

  6. Rik Hemsley

     /  January 26, 2011

    @hecatae no, it would make it £341 with ‘£200 worth’ of software, whose perceived worth to the purchaser may differ from the suggested value.

  7. @Rik Hemsley, gave up convincing myself it’s worth purchasing

  8. Tolper

     /  January 26, 2011

    Weird, the price has now gone up to 359.20 – exactly the same as Tesco!

  9. Anton Gully

     /  January 31, 2011

    Cheapest price on Amazon now is nearly five hundred quid from the marketplace or £799.99 from Amazon themselves. Guess they’re just waiting to list the new model.

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