So far, with the biggest names in Android tablets, we’ve seen only 3G versions. In a way this makes sense. Tablets are portable, and there aren’t WiFi connections everywhere. The full tablet experience certainly includes always-on cellular data. But for some people the full tablet experience just isn’t affordable. Hence, WiFi tablets. To date we haven’t seen this from the two most hyped Android tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Motorola Xoom. But if recent rumors play out, we should see both in three weeks. Droid Life has been all over this one. They started picking up rumors of a WiFi only Xoom last week, and then on Saturday they saw confirmation in the Staples internal system. Previously they’d seen evidence of an April 3 release date, which would be three weeks from yesterday. The price, per the system screenshot, is $599.98. Rumors are always just that until we get official word, but when the rumor comes from a credible source and is reasonable, we tend to believe it. Things might change, but this appears to be in the ballpark. For a while we’ve been hearing about a WiFi Galaxy Tab, though the below-hype sales have put that on the back burner. Yet it appears that it is coming right around the same time as the WiFi Xoom. Droid Life again has a visual on this one, which indicates that the WiFi Galaxy Tab will hit on April 4 for $399. That definitely works in terms of value, as it will be less than most major tablets. But at this point, with so many other more attractive tablets coming down the pike, will this one generate any momentum for Samsung? Regardless, if you’re looking for a tablet and don’t want to pay a monthly data charge — and don’t want to pay the additional cost of the cellular radio itself — you should be set come April. Both of these are good alternatives to the 3G versions.