Samsung has just announced its new tablet convertible device the Galaxy TabPro S:
It comes with the following specs: runs Windows 10, sports 4GB of RAM, a 2.2 GHz Intel Core M chip, AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2160×1440 and weighs just 693 grams.
On the exterior though, it looks a lot like Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 doesn’t it?
Moving on, the TabPro S comes with a cover keyboard for free that connects to via a pogo-pin connector which eliminates the need for pairing before connecting. Samsung claims that the battery can charge within 2.5 hours and can last up to 10.5 for all day use. And for good measure, it comes with category 6 LTE modem so that you can use a mobile data connection to go online without a hotspot.
Samsung said it will be available globally staring February 2016 but no pricing details have been released. If Samsung prices this right, it might give Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 some serious competition. Which one will you go for? The real deal or the clone?
Source: Samsung News