In an early-week announcement, Verizon revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 would be released online and in Verizon retail stores on Thursday.
The 10.1-inch tablet will retail for $599.99 and can be added to an existing Verizon "share everything" account for an additional $10 a month.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 was initially released last summer in Wi-Fi only form, and its global release has occurred in fits and spurts since then.
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Pros and cons
In early January, Verizon reported that the Galaxy Note 10.1 would be released "in the coming weeks," and a release this Thursday - at the beginning of March - barely fits within that time frame.
The carrier said the large Samsung tablet is better for "note-taking, photo editing and multitasking" than other tablets thanks to its S-Pen stylus.
TechRadar's own review praised its TouchWiz UI and native software options, plus its admirable speed and performance.
However, Apple's iPad 4 still provides a possibly superior alternative.
With a 1280 x 800 LCD display, a 1.4GHz quad-core chip, 5 and 1.9 megapixel cameras on back and front, 2GB of memory, and 16GB of storage with room for a 64GB microSD, the Galaxy Note 10.1 is worth considering for lovers of large tablets.