Samsung Galaxy Tablet will run between $200 and $400, according to the Wall Street Journal

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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Samsung product executive, Hankil Yoon, says that the Galaxy Tab tablet would retail for somewhere between $200 and $400 in the United States. Yoon did say that the final price of the device would vary depending on carrier subsidies; hopefully the two to four hundred dollar figure is unsubsidized. Samsung is predicting to ship over 10 million Galaxy Tablets next year and would like to get around 10% of the tablet market share.

Previous reports indicated that this new slate would be running at around $1000, so the new report is good news and definitely more inline with the competition. Mr. Yoon also said that his company is in talks with multiple U.S. carriers.

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