Samsung already launched the Galaxy Note 12.2 tablets it announced at CES earlier this year, and today the company has announced the availability date for the Galaxy Tab 12.2 version. Starting March 9th, customers can purchase the 12.2″ Android tablet starting at $649 in black or white versions with 32GB and 64GB configurations through Samsung.com, Best Buy, Amazon, and other retailers.

Like the $100 more expensive Note, the Tab comes bundled with a handful of goodies through Galaxy Perks.

Enjoy over $800 of premium apps and services: $25 Google Play credit, 1 year of Gogo In-flight Wi-Fi® (up to 36 flights), 50GB Dropbox space for 2 years, and much more

Unlike the Note, the Tab does not include Samsung’s S-Pen stylus, thus the $100 savings.

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