Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S is a tablet-laptop hybrid that's surprisingly slim
When two become one
It's been awhile since Samsung released a tablet that sparked conversation. Following the highly antipated launch of its Galaxy S7 smartphone, the Korean tech behemoth looks set to nudge its way back into the market with its Samsung Galaxy TabPro S.
While it's set to drop in stores come 30 April, we managed to sneak a peek at this slim contender. Available in black or white, the TabPro S impresses with a 6.3mm frame that somehow manages to pack in the latest generation Intel Core M processor, 128GB SSD and 4GB of RAM. The tablet runs on a Windows 10 Pro OS, perfect for Android users who can't be fussed with a Mac OS.
Weighing no more than 700 grams, the Galaxy TabPro S is Samsung's first 2-in-1 tablet that fuses both laptop and tablet capabilities. In lieu of a Bluetooth-powered keyboard, the tablet comes with its own full-sized keyboard that plugs directly into the tablet, eliminating the hassle of pairing and charging separately.
With a 12-inch Super AMOLED display, the clarity and colour on the tablet is quite simply, superb. It'll also last 10.5 hours before you'll need to juice it up — perfect if you're always on the go.
The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S will be available from 30 April 2016 at authorised retailers and Samsung Experience Stores.