Samsung Galaxy Tab trials on the tube

Darren Allan

October 20, 2010

Are you a commuter on the London underground? Well, you have our sympathies at rush hour.

But should you need something to liven up your journey to work, then Samsung has come up with the novel idea of loaning out advance units of its Galaxy Tab slate, ahead of its launch on November 1st.

The devices are up for loan at four tube stations, Liverpool Street, Balham, Highbury & Islington and Ealing Broadway, this week and next. You can locate one of the Samsung team at these stations to ask for a loan, or alternatively email ahead to: galaxytab@tubetest.co.uk.

Once you’ve bagged your test Tab, the only challenge left is finding a seat so you can sit yourself down and actually play with the thing for a while.

Yesterday it was revealed that the Galaxy Tab will cost £530 at Carphone Warehouse, which is also the supplier of the exclusive keyboard dock that features a full-size 83 key keyboard, although it will set you back a further £70.






 

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