[highlight color=#336699 ]Introduction[/highlight]
Here we’re seeing Samsung’s offensive into the 2-in-1 world, with the introduction of the Galaxy TabPro S. A tablet that runs Windows 10 like a dream and fits like a glove into your bag. Is the TabPro S all we need to be a functional productive adult?
In the past few months we’ve seen a surge of tablet/laptop hybrids, 2-in-1 devices, laplets (whatever you want to call them, let’s call them laplets to make this review easier). As if there wasn’t enough for you to throw your money at. However the aim is not to add another electronic in your life, 2-in-1 devices are here to try and replace your bulky laptop.
If you’ve been paying close attention to the tech world you’ll notice how laptops are slowly getting smaller, and tablets are getting more powerful. Based on the evidence, the 2-in-1 phenomenon was as inevitable as the Big Bang. Tablets and laptops are two forces with increasing density that were going to eventually collide, providing the catalyst needed to create the 2-in-1 laplet.
By this point I’m just talking nonsense and should probably get to the tech. We’ve seen some impressive laplets from Microsoft with the Surface Pro 4, the Huawei MateBook and the Apple iPad Pro. The TabPro S has proven that it can run Windows 10 and still compete with the aforementioned competition. It has one of the best screens we’ve ever seen but it does come with some shortcomings which is explained further in this super special awesome review.
OS Windows 10
Processor Intel Core M3-6Y30
Screen AMOLED 12–inches
Resolution 2,160 x 1,440
Memory 4GB RAM
Storage 128GB Solid State Drive
MicroSD compatible? No
Rear camera 5MP
Front camera 5MP
Connectivity 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi
Dimensions 198.8 x 290.3 x 6.3 mm
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