The Galaxy Tab 2 range of tablets has just been made all the more tempting thanks to a new Dropbox initiative to give you 50 GB of free cloud storage. The generosity will only last for a year, at the end of which the free storage space will shrink to just 2 GB for any free account. The company will also offer a upgrade solution to make it more alluring to sign on for a longer term and at a discount. If you choose to stick with the free access, Dropbox will give you another free 1 GB at the end of the term.
The offer is valid for both the 10.1 and 7 inch versions of the Galaxy Tab 2 devices. Both the Samsung tablets are essentially the same as the Galaxy Tab devices Samsung had launched earlier, but are still in the reckoning thanks to a software upgrade to Android ICS and a very affordable price tag. The 7 inch version is selling for $250 while the 10.1 inch version will set you back $400. Add to that the Dropbox offer and you have plenty of storage in excess of the 8 GB of on-board memory.
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