Samsung Electronics will price its 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 device at $250 when it goes on sale April 22, the South Korean company announced Wednesday. It also unveiled a 10-inch version of the tablet that will sell for $400 when it ships in May. The devices will come equipped with Android 4.0 and more powerful specs than the original Galaxy Tab products. With the lower price, Samsung is taking aim at budget-oriented tablets such as Amazon's Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble's Nook. Samsung also introduced two new versions of its Android-based Player digital media devices.
Samsung takes on low-end tablets with $250 Galaxy Tab 2
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