The last we heard, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 was in pre-order limbo at Office Depot. Now we have official word that the slate will launch at that outlet — and also at Amazon, Best Buy, Tiger Direct and others — on May 13th. As expected, the 16GB WiFi version will go for $400, and if you’ve followed our coverage, you’ll know it’s a solid dual-core slate that nonetheless doesn’t make huge spec improvements over the original Tab 10.1 (barring that Ice Cream Sandwich OS, of course). The Galaxy Player 4.2 will also make its debut this Sunday, for an asking price of $200. Android-loving moms: rejoice.
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