With a $1,200 price tag and no physical keyboard, the samsung s8 isn’t the most expensive tablet you can buy.

That said, you can pick up the tablet at Walmart, Best Buy, BestBuy.com, Amazon, Bestbuy.com.au, Target, and more.

The tablet also includes a USB-C port and a microphone jack.

The device costs $499.99 at Walmart and $999.99 on Amazon.

Here’s how to get your tablet and keyboard, or just how to use your device if you don’t want to buy one.

How to use the tablet if you’re not buying a tablet What you’ll need to use: A USB-c to USB-A adapter for charging the device (if it’s charging on your computer) or USB-P adapter for plugging into your laptop.

A laptop USB-M to USB cable to charge the device.

A Bluetooth earpiece to listen to the s8’s music.

A keyboard to type on the device and a mouse or trackpad to scroll through the device’s menu.

The s8 is a $399.99 tablet.

What to do if you want to charge your tablet before you buy it.

The best way to do this is to use a laptop charger.

That’s because the device is charging via a USB cable and, since it’s USB-Tethering, it won’t charge if you plug it in without the cable.

If you plug in the s9 tablet, you’ll also need to power down the device before using it.

You can also charge it using a USB to Micro-USB adapter, but that can be a little pricey and won’t do much for the device if it’s running low on power.

How do I charge the s7 tablet?

The s7 is an older tablet, so it has more limited USB-port options.

To charge it, you must use a USB cord.

If your laptop doesn’t have a USB port, it can use a power adapter.

You’ll also have to charge it with a USB power adapter or an external USB cable.

How much does the s6 tablet cost?

The tablet comes with a 5.5-inch, 1280×720 display, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 5MP camera.

It’s $499 at Walmart.

Here are the prices of other tablets: Acer Aspire One (2017) Acer Ascent One (2016) Acer AOC A11 (2016-2017) Asus Chromebook Flip (2016-) Asus Chromebook X1 (2016+) Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7.9″ (2016), Amazon Kindle 3.7″ (2015) Asus KVM-X200 (2016).

Dell Latitude C7 (2015), Dell Latitudes E5 (2015-2017), Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (2016): Dell Inspira E6 (2015): HP Pavilion G6 (2017).

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet PC (2015-) Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga (2015).

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (2016.)

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 7.0 S (2015.)

Samsung Note 10.1 (2017): Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (2017), Samsung Galaxy Pro 10.5 (2017-2018).

Toshiba 14.3″ Chromebook (2015+) Toshiba Chromebook Pro (2015+): Toshiba ThinkPad Chromebook Pro 7 (2015+, 2017).

The Asus Chromebook 13 (2016)- Toshiba Transformer BookTac Book T100 (2016); Asus Chromebook 14 (2016-, 2018-) Asus X5 (2016+): Asus Chromebook 15 (2016, 2017).

Tosya X1 T200 (2017)- Tosya Tablet PC 3 (2016,) Tosya T200 EK-T100 (2017, 2018)