Samsung Galaxy View, the company's odd 18.4-inch device to bridge the gap between your regular-sized tablet and your TV, is now available for purchase in the US. It can be ordered from several outlets, including Samsung's own official website, though some differences in shipping dates are observed.
If you buy it from the manufacturer, it'll take 3 to 5 days to get sent out, Amazon will have it in stock on November 14, while B&H is still quiet on availability.
BestBuy is apparently the way to go, if you want to be among the first to grab the kitchen tablet - it can have one out of its warehouse tomorrow, not to mention it has it in stores. It's a whole different matter who at BestBuy decided the Galaxy View runs on Windows 10, so as to slap a screenshot of Microsoft's OS on top of it.
Whichever way you choose of procuring the tablet, it'll cost you $600 minus a cent. For that, you'd be getting a FullHD 18.4-inch LCD display, Exynos 7580 chipset, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage. And a kickstand with a handle.