Samsung U28E590D 28-Inch 4K Monitor
First off, the company released the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1. This tablet features a Snapdragon 400 processor and a screen resolution of 1280×800. These specs put it at the lower-end of the market, and the price doesn’t seem to reflect that as well as it should. With a two-year agreement, Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 will cost you $379.99. Without an agreement, you can expect to shell out $479.99 for the device. It’s also available with monthly payments, at $24/mo for 20 months.
At the other end of the spectrum, AT&T released Samsung’s incredibly high-end tablet offering, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2. This device features a Snapdragon 800 processor and a 12.2-inch screen with a 2560×1600 resolution. The price certainly reflects these high-end specs, as it will cost you $799.99 with a two-year agreement, or $899.99 without. On an installment plan, you’ll be paying $45/mo for 20 months. With the purchase of the Note Pro, you’ll also get a $50 Play Store credit.
Finally, AT&T also released the oft-rumored ASUS PadFone X. This device is the successor to ASUS’ original phone/tablet hybrid device. The phone in the PadFone X combo packs a 5-inch display with a 1080p resolution, while the tablet docking station has a 9-inch, 1200p display. The PadFone X works by docking the phone into the back of the tablet, meaning that without the phone, the tablet is pretty much useless. The PadFone X will run you $595.92 off contract, or $199 with an agreement. On an installment plan, you’ll pay $29.80/mo for 20 months.
In addition to this trio of new hardware, AT&T has also announced that its GoPhone prepaid plans are now compatible with a handful of tablets, although oddly enough, none of the three announced today are compatible. The GoPhone plans work by purchasing a $10 GoPhone SIM Kit then choosing a pre-paid data plan for your device. For $15/mo you’ll get 250MB of data, while $30/mo gets you 3GB. Finally, $50/mo will get you 5GB of data. You can read the full list of compatible tablets on AT&T’s website.