Samsung is known for its prowess in the smartphone industry, but it’s equally competitive when it comes to the tablet niche, something that can be seen in the recently announced Samsung Galaxy TabPro S.
Despite the fact that a huge number of Samsung’s mobile devices are based on the Android platform, it doesn’t mean the company cannot work with other platforms. As for the new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, the device is powered by the latest Windows 10, which is Microsoft-owned. The device comes to join the growing list of 2-in-1 tablets and as a result, it comes alongside a full keyboard as well as a decent display unit of 12 inches.
According to Samsung Electronics Canada, the world is need of more Samsung Galaxy TabPro S devices thanks to the fact that it has become more mobile yet the personal and business aspects haven’t changed. “There is demand for a device that can meet both personal and business needs of Canadians,” senior VP of mobile at the company, Paul Brannen, said in a statement in reference to the changing world.
With this 2-in-1 tablet, Brannen believes that it will be easier for people to meet their personal as well as workplace needs. The device truly fits this description thanks to its decent dimensions of just 6.3mm thick and a weight of just 0.68kg. You will also be amazed at the quality of views you get from the Super AMOLED touch screen of 2160 by 1440 resolution. The battery unit is also claimed to last up to 10.5 hours.
In essence, Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is a 2-in-1 tablet that will be your companion when relaxing at home or when in office meetings.
Preorders begin today May 13
If you feel like the 2-in-1 Galaxy TabPro S tablet is your thing, preorders for this device are already up, starting May 13 at Samsung Experience stores in the country. The device will also be available through other major retailers in Canada as well as a number of select Microsoft stores, however, this will only start as from May 25.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S will set you back 1,299 CAD, which is approximately $1,010.
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