This is a tutorial on how to install an unofficial version of CyanogenMod 9 for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. CyanogenMod 9 is not currently supported by the CyanogenMod team, but the beauty of open source is that developers can port it to any device they want.
This Galaxy Tab 8.9 bundle was briefly available for only $300 yesterday, but is still a bargain at $380. The bundle comes with a refurbished 16 GB Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab 8.9, keyboard dock, desktop dock, leather pouch case, and an SD card reader. The listing also mentions a headset being included, but it is not pictured anywhere.
Twitter user blue13x posted a screenshot of an update notification for Ice Cream Sandwich on a Galaxy Note. His device is most likely the international GT-N7000 version because his Twitter profile lists his location as the Netherlands. The AT&T version will hopefully see the same update soon.