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    • Very tempted to grab a Tab S6 at this price. I assume I have price protection through Black Friday with Best Buy anyways.

      Edit: Just checked and The Source has the 128GB version on for $678.99 with my PSP discount: Link Here

      Edit 2: Staples also has this price so it's likely coming down from Samsung and will be this price basically everywhere. Looks like the sale is until December 5, 2019.

      Edit 3: This coupon code (65957) is working at Staples for another $25 off. Should work for all models in the OP as it's $25 when you spend $75 or more.

      Edit 4: Staples 10% off coupon code works: 65546 - Credit to @Suthek over here: http://forums.redflagdeals.com/staples- ... #p31689517
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    • I got a free TAB A as part of the Freedom Tablet Promo 15 plan.

      Let's just say, I'm glad it's "free".

      Android vs iOS.... it's still depends on which ecosystem you have fully invested in. I have say that iOS is definitely has improved to the point that I don't mind it as an Android guy. On top, anything equipped with A12 is definitely more powerful than anything Android side have at the moment.

      As usual, as media consumers, either will be fine. As media creators, iPad's offering definitely have an edge.
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    • Bought the s4 from Costco for 599 about month ago...Thinking of upgrade to S6 -256gb,8GB ram for 779 - 25

      Staples has same item and price..called and they have extended return period until Jan 6, will price match until that time and we can use the $25 off coupon

      Think I will jump on it..not an apple fan here

      Anyone think any better discounts coupons may show between now and then @ staples??
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    • Other retailers have this until Dec 5 so likely it's their BF price.

      Pick and choose your coupon and rewards program.
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    • bpopman67 wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 3:43 pm
      Bought the s4 from Costco for 599 about month ago...Thinking of upgrade to S6 -256gb,8GB ram for 779 - 25

      Staples has same item and price..called and they have extended return period until Jan 6, will price match until that time and we can use the $25 off coupon

      Think I will jump on it..not an apple fan here

      Anyone think any better discounts coupons may show between now and then @ staples??
      Staples quite often has a 10% off coupon. I'm personally waiting for that coupon to drop again.
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    • Got the S5E at launch because I needed a new tablet. Perfect every day driver, emails, streaming, sports, general reading, comics it does everything I need. Probably most things a person with general use needs would have.

      Most amazing part is the screen, I can't go back to an lcd by any maker at this point.

      On top I just have more flexibility with android. I have no ads, I've sideloaded apps that help with streaming and comics. It's literally my media consumption device.

      At this price plus further discounts is amazing.
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    • How is the tab a vs s5e for multitasking? I want to watch video and have chrome and or social media windows open.
      Are the tab a speakers a lot worse than s5e?
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    • How is the TAB A is it good for browsing and YouTube?
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    • mc hammer wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 7:24 pm
      How is the tab a vs s5e for multitasking? I want to watch video and have chrome and or social media windows open.
      Are the tab a speakers a lot worse than s5e?
      Huge difference. Avoid the 8" Tab A if you want to do more than 1 thing at a time. The 10.1" Tab A is a bit faster, but with 2GB RAM it still won't be able to multitask much. It will do a couple things at a time well though. But not many tasks.

      Definitely go for the S5e if you want to multitask. It has the SD670 in it, which is the same processor as the Pixel 3a. Decent midranger. If you can afford the 6GB go for that, but the 4GB should be fine.

      The Tab A only has dual bottom firing speakers, while the S5e has quad stereo. Big difference in sound quality as well.

      S5e screen is also AMOLED, while Tab A is LCD.
      danzerino wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 7:39 pm
      How is the TAB A is it good for browsing and YouTube?
      Which Tab A? The 8" is pretty old. I wouldn't really bother with it if you can help it. It will get the job done, but it won't be quick. And the screen resolution is only 1280x800. The 10.1" is much better, and has been updated this year. It would be decent for browsing and youtube. It is limited by 2GB RAM, so don't expect to push it for multitasking, or gaming though.
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    • Caerus wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 9:52 pm
      Huge difference. Avoid the 8" Tab A if you want to do more than 1 thing at a time. The 10.1" Tab A is a bit faster, but with 2GB RAM it still won't be able to multitask much. It will do a couple things at a time well though. But not many tasks.

      Definitely go for the S5e if you want to multitask. It has the SD670 in it, which is the same processor as the Pixel 3a. Decent midranger. If you can afford the 6GB go for that, but the 4GB should be fine.

      The Tab A only has dual bottom firing speakers, while the S5e has quad stereo. Big difference in sound quality as well.

      S5e screen is also AMOLED, while Tab A is LCD.
      DeNovo2011 wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 6:11 pm
      Got the S5E at launch because I needed a new tablet. Perfect every day driver, emails, streaming, sports, general reading, comics it does everything I need. Probably most things a person with general use needs would have.

      Most amazing part is the screen, I can't go back to an lcd by any maker at this point.

      On top I just have more flexibility with android. I have no ads, I've sideloaded apps that help with streaming and comics. It's literally my media consumption device.

      At this price plus further discounts is amazing.
      $497.99 at Costco for the Galaxy Tab S5e for the 64GB version. Is that a fair price point for a tablet considering the specs? I'm looking to upgrade from my 2013 iPad mini 2 that has slowed down considerably and is barely usable. I would prefer an Android tablet as I have an Android phone and like the "freedom" it presents itself but wouldn't mind an iPad either.



      Based on your guys posts, sounds like it's a good tablet for the specs/hardware it has. I took a quick gander at Costco a few days ago but didn't really fully look at it to form an opinion. I like that the S5e can be synced with your Samsung phone to answer calls and answer texts if your phone isn't near you.

      Also, would the Costco warranty be $69 or $99 since it is $497.99 atm?
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    • Alivenate wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 10:16 pm
      $497.99 at Costco for the Galaxy Tab S5e for the 64GB version. Is that a fair price point for a tablet considering the specs? I'm looking to upgrade from my 2013 iPad mini 2 that has slowed down considerably and is barely usable. I would prefer an Android tablet as I have an Android phone and like the "freedom" it presents itself but wouldn't mind an iPad either.

      Based on your guys posts, sounds like it's a good tablet for the specs/hardware it has. I took a quick gander at Costco a few days ago but didn't really fully look at it to form an opinion. I like that the S5e can be synced with your Samsung phone to answer calls and answer texts if your phone isn't near you.

      Also, would the Costco warranty be $69 or $99 since it is $497.99 atm?
      It's a fair price yeah. Also take into consideration the build quality. It's not cheaply made. It's got quad stereo speakers, long battery life, 2560x1600 AMOLED screen, and it's light at only 400g.

      Someone else made a staples thread with a 10% off code 65546. It would bring the unit down to $450 before tax. Which makes it even better. You might want to look into using that code and ordering from Staples. But if you did Costco, their return policy and warranty would be better. So your call. I'm not sure which warranty price Costco would charge.
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    • Caerus wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 10:36 pm
      It's a fair price yeah. Also take into consideration the build quality. It's not cheaply made. It's got quad stereo speakers, long battery life, 2560x1600 AMOLED screen, and it's light at only 400g.

      Someone else made a staples thread with a 10% off code 65546. It would bring the unit down to $450 before tax. Which makes it even better. You might want to look into using that code and ordering from Staples. But if you did Costco, their return policy and warranty would be better. So your call. I'm not sure which warranty price Costco would charge.
      Yea I saw the Staples thread after posting here. Considering I cracked my iPad screen just over 3 years ago (possibly 3 years after my purchase as well), assuming I did go for the Costco warranty, I'd be past the 3 year warranty timeframe for accidental damage/cracks from Costco anyways so maybe Staples would be the better option since it's an extra $50 off almost.
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    • Alivenate wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 10:48 pm
      Yea I saw the Staples thread after posting here. Considering I cracked my iPad screen just over 3 years ago (possibly 3 years after my purchase as well), assuming I did go for the Costco warranty, I'd be past the 3 year warranty timeframe for accidental damage/cracks from Costco anyways so maybe Staples would be the better option since it's an extra $50 off almost.
      You can use the extra $50 to get a good case and a tempered glass screen protector! 😄
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    • Alivenate wrote:
      Nov 13th, 2019 10:16 pm
      $497.99 at Costco for the Galaxy Tab S5e for the 64GB version. Is that a fair price point for a tablet considering the specs? I'm looking to upgrade from my 2013 iPad mini 2 that has slowed down considerably and is barely usable. I would prefer an Android tablet as I have an Android phone and like the "freedom" it presents itself but wouldn't mind an iPad either.



      Based on your guys posts, sounds like it's a good tablet for the specs/hardware it has. I took a quick gander at Costco a few days ago but didn't really fully look at it to form an opinion. I like that the S5e can be synced with your Samsung phone to answer calls and answer texts if your phone isn't near you.

      Also, would the Costco warranty be $69 or $99 since it is $497.99 atm?
      Costco also has that $20 coupon offer going on which applies here. Making it $477!
      costco-get-20-off-your-next-costco-ca-p ... #p31688797

      I just applied for a price protection as I purchase it a couple days ago using the coupon, going from $518 to $498.
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    • What about the s6 and its pencil, anyone using it for notes taking? I've seen a bunch of videos on yt of people using Apple pencil but not the Samsung's one.
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    • I got the Samsung Note 10+ back in September and honestly I haven't even touched the pencil but it wasn't the reason why I got the new phone. I switched from a iPhone X just so that I can be free from Apple's control over everything. I am very confident in buying a tablet to go with it and I have been hoping that the new S6 tab would go down $200 when it first came out. I am glad that my wish have come true LOL

      Edit:
      Looks like Rakuten (ebates) is now 1% cash back for both Best Buy and Staples. GCR (Great Canadian Rebates) is worse.

      Edit #2:
      If you have a perkopolis account through work then you can get 10% off from the Samsung store too.
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    • Btw, can someone recommend a good case and screen protector for the S6 tab?
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