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2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-27 23:51
The Surface has no shortage of competitors. This time it is Samsung who bets on a 2-in-1 convertible tablet and that it has already presented yesterday at CES 2016. The Koreans have made good use of the hours of their events, since they have not only unveiled a new Gear S2 model, but they have also dazzled us with a shiny Galaxy TabPro S, a tablet with Windows 10, direct competition from Microsoft's Microsoft Surface.
Convertible tablets are becoming fashionable and no wonder. The possibility of having a laptop or a tablet in the same device is very interesting, especially if we make it comfortable for the user and they can take advantage of the best of both parties.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, rival to the Surface?
It seems that both Microsoft with the Surface, Apple with the iPad Pro or now Samsung with the TabPro S, will bring this type of device more and more frequently to the market. These hybrids guarantee maximum portability, respecting the convenience of a tablet and the productivity of a laptop.
In addition, power is not lacking, since the guys from Samsung have put a lot of effort into this convertible, with some very interesting specifications. Here's the breakdown:
- Display: 12" Super AMOLED with 2160x1440 QHD resolution
- Processor: 2.2 GHz 6th Gen Intel Core M Dual-Core
- RAM memory: 4 GB
- Storage: 128 GB or 256 GB SSD
- Front camera: 5 MP
- Front camera: 5 MP
- Connectivity: GPS, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac/ Bluetooth 4.1
- Battery: 5, 200 mAh
- Operating: Windows 10
- Dimensions: 290, 3 x 197, 8 x 6, 3 mm
- Weight: 693 g
In addition, it includes a USB Type-C connector that will allow us to enjoy the latest standards in connectors. Samsung will also offer buyers the ability to purchase a common HDMI and USB adapter direct to the home, in addition to the brand's existing Bluetooth Pen.
Actually, it's a good competition for the Surface, although we don't know the official prices yet, so we'll have to wait and see see if it also competes on price with Microsoft's flagship tablet.
What did you think of the Galaxy TabPro S?