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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S powered by Windows 10 announced at CES 2016

cjmagowan  —  3 years ago ( Jan 06, 2016 )    |    Gadgets


As one of the longest running tablet line in the market. Samsung has always been faithful with Android until today as the company announced the new Galaxy TabPro S with Windows operating system at CES 2016. The new  tablet device will be the first Galaxy device to be powered by Windows 10 and will be pitted against Microsoft’s own Surface line and even the Apple iPad Pro.

The Galaxy TabPro S isn’t just a tablet unlike Android powered devices. It’s runs a fully featured Windows environment and is best suited with a fully functional physical keyboard, that is why Samsung will be shipping with a detachable keyboard/cover combo in the package. The tablet itself measures 290.3 x 198.8 x 6.3 mm its largely thin profile houses a 12-inch Super AMOLED display with 2160 x 1440 pixels.

Under the chassis, the TabPro S is powered by the 6th generation Intel Core M dual-core Processor clocked at 2.2 GHz and is paired with 4 GB of RAM. These specs are all in favor to Windows 10 will all the Windows 10 features built-in, users can fully enjoy a full Windows 10 experience.

As standard, the Galaxy TabPro S is equipped with two 5 Megapixel camera with one on the front and another on the back. Keeping the tablet up and running is the 5200 mAh battery which on paper can provide of up to 10.5 hours of usage.

Despite promising specs and features, Samsung is yet to announced the official price of the device along with its included accessory.  The Galaxy TabPro S will shipped in two variants, a Wi-Fi only and LTE versions will be available. Samsung will also be making separate accessories for the tablet including a Bluetooth Pen and a multi-port adapter with HDMI, USB-Type A and Type C ports with prices to be announced later.