For those looking for a new tablet for personal or family use, looks like Verizon will be tempting you with a $100 discount on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1. For a 2 year contract with the carrier, you’ll be able to get the tablet for $359.99, with the option to upgrade after 2 years. You can also opt to pay for the gadget on a 20-month basis under the Verizon EDGE program.
Verizon’s online store is offering a no-contract price for the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 at $459.99. But if you feel like you’d rather have a plan to go with your gadget, not to mention the whooping $100 price off, then the 2-year plan is a much better offer. However, if you want to split your payments into 20 monthly increments, the Verizon EDGE is not a bad deal in itself. You need to shell out $22.99 per month, and you’ll also be able to upgrade if after 30 days, you decide to at least pay 60% of the tablet’s price.
The 10.1-inch display is a very attractive proposition, especially if you plan to use it to read books, watch videos or play games on it. We have to warn you though, that the resolution, at 1280x800 and the 1.2 GHz quad-core processor is not something to sing home about. It also has a 16GB internal memory, but can be expanded with its microSD card slot, since you need a lot of space to store your different media and gaming apps of course.
One of the biggest attractions though of the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 is that it is created especially for multiple users. Your family members and loved ones can have separate log-ins for the tablet and each profile can have their own personalised apps, settings, and files which the others will not be able to access (unless they know your password of course). It is also built for multi-tasking as its Multi-Window function lets you view and use two apps at the same time. So if you feel like this tab is for you, take advantage of Verizon’s offer.