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Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 is now available at the Carphone Warehouse for the stylus-toting multi-tasker in your life. The independent UK retailer is selling the 16GB, WiFi version for £400, while the edition equipped with a 3G modem retails for £500. While the latter can make calls, you won't be holding the tablet to your ear to make 'em. Instead, the company thoughtfully included a Bluetooth-enabled S-Pen with a microphone and speaker, making you look a bit more like Maxwell Smart than Dom Joly.

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GALAXY NOTE 10.1 NOW AVAILABLE AT CARPHONE WAREHOUSE

LONDON, 20th August 2012 –Hotly anticipated new tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is now available at Carphone Warehouse, priced at £399.99 for the Wi-Fi only variant and £499.99 for the Wi-Fi and 3G version.

This revolutionary Samsung tablet runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich and opens up a whole new category in the tablet market, through exciting tools that inspire the imagination. The S Pen allows users to create more, produce more, and learn more. It allows content to be created in the most natural way possible, by replicating the precision and versatility of pen and paper.

The innovative S Pen stylus re-writes the rulebook; allowing ease of creative express and bringing ideas to life. Users can draw, sketch, design or produce slick documents on a much larger 10.1"crystal clear screen.

Until this Thursday (24th August) Carphone Warehouse is also offering the original 5.3" Samsung Galaxy Note for the fantastic price of just £21 per month on T-Mobile. The handset is available in black, pink or white.

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