Deal: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 (32GB) For $399 (27% Off) - Prime Day 2018

The 9.7-inch variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 with 32GB of storage space is discounted as part of Amazon's Prime Day 2018 sale and can now be purchased for only $399, 27-percent down its regular price. The deal applies to both the Black and Silver models of the critically acclaimed tablet which remains the best Android-powered slate Samsung launched to date. Additionally, buying this device makes you eligible for a $20 discount on either Office 365 or Office 365 Personal, depending on which suite of Microsoft's productivity tools is more suitable for your needs; refer to the banner below for more details on this steep discount that's available until midnight PST, much like the rest of the products discounted due to today's major Amazon sale.

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 comes with largely high-end specs and should be able to handle any kind of app or game you throw at it, and multitasking won't be an issue either. The product is also bundled with the company's S Pen which supports 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity and is a highly capable stylus that doesn't need to be recharged - ever.

If 32GB of storage isn't enough for your needs, you can always expand on that memory configuration with a microSD card, with the Galaxy Tab S3 also boasting four speakers tuned by Austrian audio experts at AKG. If you want to go all-in on productivity, you can also pair Samsung's Android tablet with a first-party keyboard which is sold separately. For much the same reasons, the company is also offering a Staedtler pencil designed to be used with the device and give you that analog drawing and writing feel while still providing you with all of the benefits of the digital era.

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