[CES highlights] Galaxy TabPro S – Samsung and Windows’ love-child revealed!
Samsung announced the Galaxy TabPro S at CES this week, and the device seems to be a melange of Samsung refinery and Microsoft innovation. This tablet takes Samsung hardware and empowers it with Microsoft software in the hope of creating the perfect premium tablet. By using the most important features of a tablet and a laptop, you get the full notebook PC functionality on the go with the slimmest of devices.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S runs on Windows 10 and offers users the best PC-tablet experience yet! The age of hybrids has changed and now we also have PC-tablet hybrids, not just mobile-tablet ones.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S specs:
- 12-inch Super AMOLED display at 2160 x 1440p
- Intel Core M processor (Dual Core at 2.2 GHz)
- 4GB RAM
- 128/256GB SSD
- 5,200 mAh battery
- LTE Cat 6
- 5MP rear camera and 5MP front camera
- keyboard cover included for enhanced usability
- 6.3mm thin
- weight: 693 grams
- NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, WiFi Direct, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac MIMO.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is the first tablet to be powered by Windows and support LTE Cat 6 for the most advanced and fastest connected experience. The device has enhanced charging features, which supposedly allow for a full charge in 2.5 hours, and you get no less than 10 hours of battery life in one charge. The Intel Core M processor is used without a fan to minimize noise and maximize efficiency and performance.
You also get a multi-port adapter and a Bluetooth pen for when you need to scribble something down real fast, but these you will have to buy additionally. Thekeoboard you get when you buy the device.
Galaxy TabPro S will be available globally starting February 2016.