The Galaxy Tab was the first majorly successful Android tablet. Sure, there were others, but they were dreadfully painful to use and were made out of the cheapest materials. One of the concerns about the Galaxy Tab, however, was that it was only offered with 3G connectivity at launch; a WiFi-only version was spotted on more than one occasion in the past, but it was beginning to look like it might never be released.
Fortunately, that's about to change. According to a tech fair flyer being passed out by a Samsung technology rep, the long-awaited WiFi-only version of the popular Tab will be released on April 4th for a pretty palatable $399. Unfortunately for Samsung, this may be too little, too late.
Personally, I feel that the Galaxy Tab should be put to rest. It's getting rather old, considering that hardware is accelerating at such a rapid rate. Soon, though, Samsung will have to introduce a newer Galaxy Tab to compete with all the newer Honeycomb tablets on the market this year.[Droid Life]