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Topic # 146824 30-May-2014 09:37
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Was just checking tablets on Pricespy and thought it looked suspiciously low but sure enough it's currently going for $338 on the Harvey Norman site with free delivery. The deal ends on June 2nd.


If anyone can recommend another 10" tablet that can compete with this then I'll be sure to check it out, but just thought anyone interested should know. I think I might snap this up.

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  Reply # 1056443 30-May-2014 11:37
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Wow, wish I had a spare couple of hundy around, that is an awesome deal. Good Find.

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  Reply # 1056475 30-May-2014 12:39
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It's a great price. Run out in advance of upcoming google announcement perhaps?


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  Reply # 1056511 30-May-2014 13:32
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Could be ahead of the Nexus10 2 launch I guess, but that will supposedly only come in 32gb, so it's not like it would have been a direct competitor. Though there is the Nexus 8 which is supposedly coming out soon. Just wish there was a good deal on the 32gb Nexus 10 somewhere, but still, can't argue with $338.

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  Reply # 1056520 30-May-2014 13:42
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Yep, just grabbed one

Kitkat installing as we speak :-)

The old original Tab 10.1 must be just about ready to die, so proactuvely replacing lol

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  Reply # 1056521 30-May-2014 13:43
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BTW the stores have them as well, but are selling quickly

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  Reply # 1056523 30-May-2014 13:44
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There has been speculation about the 'next' model - some of that speculation is that there wont be one.

It still ranks as a really good tablet and that is a very good price.
I wanted one last Xmas but HN was the only place with stock and they had crazy high prices on it - so I bought a Sony xperia instead.

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  Reply # 1056527 30-May-2014 13:56
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Might be time to proactively retire the HP TouchPad (running Android). 

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