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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 arrives in NZ…

08 Nov 13

Samsung has announced the latest Galaxy Note 10.1, edition 2014, tablet is now on sale in New Zealand.

The Kiwi branch of the electronics giant claims the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition showcases Samsung’s original approach to balancing productivity, with powerful content creation and consumption in one portable device.

“The new Galaxy Note 10.1 is the most progressive 10-inch tablet available, delivering outstanding viewing and multitasking experiences," says Josh Delgado, sales director, Samsung New Zealand's IT and Mobile Sales.

"It is the most recent demonstration of Samsung Mobile's focus on constant product innovation to stay aligned with shifting consumer needs and interests."

“The Galaxy Note 10.1 unites a range of features that will consistently surprise consumers as they realise how much easier and more enjoyable it makes their everyday lives."

"In addition to enabling productivity, the device has been redesigned with a sleek, light, slim frame that both looks good and is easy to carry around.”

The Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available in two connectivity options: WiFi Only and WiFi and LTE, available in 16GB + Micro SD, coming in two colours - Jet Black and Classic White.

The device is available and will retail at $849 RRP for the WiFi model and $1049 RRP for the LTE and WiFi model.

Additionally, exclusive to Samsung Video Hub, New Zealanders can enjoy five free movie rentals on their Samsung Galaxy Tab or Note until 31 January.

This is available on the Note 10.1 edition 2014, Note 8 and Tab 3 7”, 8” and 10.1”. Samsung Video Hub offers numerous new release titles from studios such as Disney and Paramount, to buy or rent and be viewed your Samsung device.

New Zealander users will also have access to an exclusive Android App for TVNZ ondemand and, in the near future, TV3 ondemand, which can be downloaded via the Samsung Store.

NZ customers will receive a 50GB Dropbox storage bonus for two years and a 90-day free trial of Norton Antivirus Software.

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