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Save up to $200 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, starting at just $500 on Amazon

Save up to $200 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, starting at just $500 on Amazon

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is a powerhouse device — unfortunately, it also comes with a hefty price tag. If you've been eyeing these tablets for a while but couldn't commit to dropping so much cash, you're in luck: Several models of the Tab S7 are on sale for $150-$200 off at Amazon right now.

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The year's best Android tablet is up to $200 off for Black Friday

The year's best Android tablet is up to $200 off for Black Friday

Black Friday is finally here, and that means tons of great deals on tech — tablets included. If you've been looking for a powerhouse tablet but don't want to pay top dollar for one, you're in luck: all models of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ are on sale for $150-$200 off at Amazon.

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Grab a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ for as little as $750 ($100-200 off)

Grab a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ for as little as $750 ($100-200 off)

Samsung is the only company left producing high-end Android tablets, most recently with the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+. The latter model had a starting price of $849.99 when it was first released, but now you can get one for $100-200 off, depending on which configuration you go with.

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Grab a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 with savings of up to $150 off at multiple stores, starting at $550

Grab a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 with savings of up to $150 off at multiple stores, starting at $550

Prime Day is here, and that means lots of sweet tech deals. If you're looking for a good price on tablets, you're in luck, because Samsung isn't missing out on the action. It's running sales on its Galaxy Tab S7 and S6 tablets, with savings of up to $150 off at Amazon and Best Buy.

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Google adds 26 handsets to its ARCore support list, including Fold2, S20FE, and OnePlus Nord

Google adds 26 handsets to its ARCore support list, including Fold2, S20FE, and OnePlus Nord

Google's ARCore SDK is designed to make it easier to develop augmented reality apps. To guarantee a consistent experience across devices, the company certifies devices through a specific process that ensures the camera, motion sensors, and CPU perform as expected. For instance, a certified ARCore phone has access to Google's 3D Animal library in Search and Playground, and has been tested to work properly with these services.

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