The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is a tablet I wasn’t expecting to see at CES 2016, even after I was told it existed. The Galaxy name (usually reserved for Android devices) meant I was surprised when it appeared with Windows 10.
But before we get onto the operating system, let’s talk about the tablet itself – it’s another plastic effort from Samsung, but it’s well built once again.
The specs seem to be more than good enough, with a 12-inch 2160×1440 resolution on top of the Super AMOLED technology meaning you’re getting the same beautiful images we’ve come to expect from Samsung screens.
The keyboard accessory, while clipping on nicely, isn’t as impressive and hopefully third party options will appear to fill the gap. Assuming price isn’t too hefty here though, the TabPro S could be good choice as a laptop replacement.