It seems Samsung is moving fast towards its goal to become a leader in Tablet market share.
Recently launched Tab Pro series from Samsung comes with promissing specs. See review below.
Excellent display, lots of power, Android & Samsung software works well, decent battery life, multi-tasking options
Expensive, that faux leather and plastic build, software approach “doubles up” access approach
Samsung is certainly no stranger to tablets. But you might be left scratching your head and wondering what’s what given how many model numbers and sizes are available throughout its ranges.
Enter the Samsung Galaxy TabPro 10.1, the 10.1-inch Android tablet that’s more powerful than the company’s standard Tab range, but doesn’t come with an included S Pen stylus as found in the Note and NotePro ranges.
That’s a lot of “Tabs” and “Notes” to battle through, we know, but rest assured the TabPro 10.1 is in good company. We’ve seen the smaller 8.4-inch version of this product which we thought was fantastic, in addition to the larger 12.2-inch NotePro model which we also though was excellent, if not just a touch too large for most users.
Does the Samsung Galaxy TabPro 10.1 strike up the perfect balance of size and power that will appeal to the majority of users? And is it worthy of its “Pro” namesake and not inconsiderable price tag?
Right across the 2014 range, Samsung has opted for a new faux leather finish (complete with fake stitching) to the rear of its devices. You might love it, you might loathe it, you might be indifferent. Our stance: we’re not big fans, but as it’s on the rear of the device it’s not something that you notice so often that you want to punch holes in walls.
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