Even though the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3G version launched late last year, Samsung believes there is still a sizable market for the seven inch tablet running Android 2.2. The electronics giant decided finally to announce the Galaxy Tab WiFi only version for $349.99 and it will launch in four days on April 10th. Some may argue this move by Samsung comes too little too late, as the market is being dominated, or will soon be dominated, by other tablets including the Motorola Xoom, iPad 2, LG G-Slate, HTC EVO View 4G, and others. However, if you are looking for a quality tablet, without breaking the bank, the Samsung Galaxy WiFi version is a decent deal, especially if you prefer a compact size. The specs remain the same compared to any Galaxy Tab 3G, albeit the WiFi version lacks a 3G radio.