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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Windows Powered Tablet Released

It’s been a while since the last Windows-powered Samsung tablet was released and the manufacturer was also aware of this. Therefore, recently, the Galaxy TabPro S was unveiled, marketed as a device suitable both for business and regular consumers!

The tablet has a 12″ Super AMOLED display, rocking a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, while under the hood it has an Intel Core M3 6Y30 processor, running at 2.2 GHz, as well as an Intel HD Graphics 615 unit and 8 GB of RAM. The storage capacity counts 256 GB, provided by an SSD drive, while the whole thing is powered by a 5200 mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

In terms of camera, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S comes with a 5 MP camera on the back, while the same unit is present on the front.

Moving on, it also has a USB Type-C port, which can be used for charging the tablet. Also, using a multi port accessory, you can add an additional HDMI port and a USB Type-A port, so you can attach multiple external devices.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

When buying the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S you will receive the detachable keyboard, which includes an integrated touch pad and a Pogo connector, so you can quickly attach it, without the need of going through a pairing process. The keyboard has a flexible hinge, so you can use the tablet in any position you want.

The tablet has a starting price of $1000 and the keyboard is included. It’s available with a very good looking Golden finish and it weighs just 1.53 pounds. Also, if you want to purchase the TabPro Pen stylus, it’s available separately, for $50.

The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is definitely a great alternative to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4, which, at $900, comes with an Intel Core i3 processor and 4 GB of RAM, so the price difference is completely justified in favour of Samsung’s tablet.

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