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Samsung has released its next Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet.
The company calls it a 'game-changing device.'
The tablet has a 10.1 inch display. In addition apps can be used side by side on the same screen.
Samsung believes that will allow customers to 'multitask' easily.
It also comes with an stylus called an S Pen so users can write and sketch.
The tablet will be sold nationwide beginning today. Retailers include Best Buy, Amazon, Tiger Direct, HH Gregg, CDW, Brandsmart, Conn's and Fry's.
Colors of white or dark gray are available. Tablets will have either 16 GB or 32 GB of memory at a cost of $499.99 or $549.99.
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