For a device so focused on speed, the 4G version of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 has sure taken its sweet time. The LTE-enabled Honeycomb tablet, which was initially set for a June 8th pre-order, is finally available through Verizon's site -- well, finally available for pre-order, that is. The slick Android device should ship within four to six weeks, according to the carrier, and will run you either $530 or $630, depending on whether you go in for the 16- or 32GB variety -- oh yeah, and then there's the two-year data plan. Whoever said the waiting is the hardest part clearly never signed a mobile data contract.
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