Person using an S-Pen with a Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
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Apple launched its latest iPads Pro via press release this week, and while these devices are nice for people in the Apple ecosystem, they simply won’t do for the Android crowd. If you’re looking for a stellar Android-powered tablet, consider a Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, now $100 off through this Sunday.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra isn’t just your run-of-the-mill tablet. It’s a crazy-powerful piece of tech with a massive 14.6-inch display, smooth 120 Hz refresh rates, performant Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, and a huge 11,200 mAh battery. In short, this thing is a media-consuming, web-browsing, task-crushing beast.

Like with most Samsung devices, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra also comes with DeX support. That means if you really want to put your new tablet to work, you can connect it to an external monitor to enable a PC-like interface that lets you get more done without needing to fire up your desktop.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is a powerful Android-powered tablet with a large 14.6-inch display, smooth 120 Hz refresh rates, performant Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, and huge 11,200 mAh battery.

Along with DeX, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra comes with an S-Pen that you can use to jot down notes, doodle drawings, or navigate the tablet’s user interface. This device can even be paired up with a Book Cover Keyboard (sold separately) for a more laptop-like experience.

You can pick up the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra starting at $999.99 ($100 off). This variant comes with 128 GB of storage and 8 GB of RAM, both of which can be upgraded, if you’re willing to throw down the extra cash. If you do, though, you’ll find that Samsung’s offering even larger discounts on the more expensive models. The choice is up to you.

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