|Standing screen display size||12 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2160x1440 Pixels|
|Processor||2.2 GHz core_m|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||128 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 Hours|
Samsung Tab Pro S 12"; 128 GB Wifi Tablet (Black) SM-W700NZKAXAR
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|Series||Galaxy TabPro S|
|Memory Storage Capacity||128 GB|
|Screen Size||12 Inches|
|Display Resolution Maximum||2160x1440 Pixels|
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- Intel Core m3 Processor
- Windows 10 Home. Network : LTE Cat.6
- Be productive with the included full-size, detachable keyboard with integrated touchpad
- Rich colors and crisp details on the vibrant 12” Super AMOLED display
- With fast charging, get up to 10.5 hours (1) on a single charge
- Thin and light, the 2-in-1 Galaxy TabPro S won't weigh you down
- 4GB RAM, 128GB Solid State Drive
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What's in the box
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At a Glance:
- Slim portable design
- Vibrant display with Super AMOLED screen
- Fast Intel Core M3 processor for multitasking
- Includes full-size detachable keyboard
- Up to 10.5 hours of battery life per charge
Galaxy TabPro S, Black
Built for both work and play, the thin, lightweight Samsung Galaxy TabPro S lets you take your digital content with you wherever you go. This tablet features a Super AMOLED touchscreen, powerful Intel Core M3 processor, long-lasting battery, and a full-size keyboard, so you can get business done from anywhere. Plus, Samsung Flow lets you easily connect and share content between your Samsung devices.
What's in the Box:
- Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, quick start guide, customer service insert, travel adapter, data cable, and keyboard.
Thin, Lightweight Design
The ultrathin Galaxy TabPro S is light and comfortable to hold, so you can take it with you anywhere you go. Slip it into a backpack, briefcase, or handbag for travel.
Powerful Processor for Powerful Multitasking
The Galaxy TabPro S runs the Windows 10 operating system to deliver performance similar to a PC. It combines a powerful Intel Core M3 processor with 4GB RAM and a 128GB solid state drive to give you the speed and capacity you need for any task. Navigate quickly between multiple windows when writing reports or quickly switch between your favorite apps.
Bring Your Media to Life
Thanks to its 2160x1440 pixel Super AMOLED display, the Galaxy TabPro S brings movies, presentations, and games to life with deep contrast, rich colors, and crisp detail.
Complete with a Keyboard and Touchpad
Featuring a full-size detachable keyboard with integrated touchpad, this tablet delivers the efficiency of a laptop and the convenience of a tablet. You can do everything you can do on a laptop, from creating presentations to writing a lengthy email. The keyboard offers significantly bigger keys than those on island-style keyboards, letting you work more efficiently and with much more ease.
Long-Lasting Battery Delivers Hours of Use
With a long battery life of up to 10.5 hours (1) per charge, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S lets you binge-watch your favorite shows, put together a presentation, and play games without worrying about running out of power.
Connect Your Devices with Samsung Flow
Samsung Flow enables seamless connectivity between your Galaxy TabPro S and your Samsung smartphone (2) with the touch of a finger. You can connect to your mobile hot spot, respond to texts, and receive real-time phone notifications right on your tablet screen.
Add to Your Collection with the Windows Store
Access new games, books, movies, and apps from the Windows Store. You can also stream your favorite Xbox games right on your Galaxy TabPro S using a Wi-Fi connection.
(1) Based on laboratory testing. Results may vary. Battery power consumption depends on factors such as network configuration; carrier network; signal strength; operating temperature; features selected; vibrate mode; backlight settings; browser use; frequency of calls; and voice, data, and other application-usage patterns.
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Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2016
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1) The screen--AMOLED is really nice. Colors pop, things are clear and sharp. I am sure it helps with battery life also.
2) The size--compared to a surface pro 4, its remarkably thin--you could easily mistake for a typical samsung android tablet. But nope, its running full windows 10 home!
3) Full windows 10--this is not a tablet with a limited OS, this is a full experience. The power is impressive, but keep in mind it does come with some drawbacks and while windows 10 is powerful, it has some drawbacks as a tablet os compared to android or ios. There are far few limitations though.
4) Samsung has some nice software tweeks if you have a compatible samsung phone to pair with it. Fingerprint lock for security with your galaxy phone, share internet access, well thought out.
5) keyboard included. It is quite a bit cheaper than a surface pro 4.
The draw backs
1) no included pen. I opted to return before I had a chance to test it, but other reviews indicate it is clearly inferior to an apple pencil or a surface pen. If stylus input is really important, this is not your ideal device. There are reviews you can find on you tube-and they don't look great. This is kind of ironic when you consider how good the stylus is on the galaxy note 7 (aside from the battery issues!)
2) The keyboard plus/minus. I actually was impressed by the keyboard--and the touchpad was small but very responsive and right clicks were no problem. It felt good. The drawback is you only have 2 angles to work with. I have read some mixed reviews but I thought the magnets were actually pretty strong in holding the unit stable. For me the keyboard was not an issue.
I have also used a surface 4 pro keyboard cover and it is a better keyboard--better spacing of keys, easier to type on. More color options.
3) USB-C. There is only one USB-C port. And this is how you charge your tablet. The included Rapid Fast Charger does a nice job of charging this quickly and in my experience the battery life was good.
I also had a surface pro 4, and battery life was a huge issue for me. Battery life on my surface pro 4 was only 6-7 hours max. Also surface has their proprietary surface port to charge. With USB-C it is possible to get an external battery pack so the battery life should never be an issue..BUT
There is only one usb-c port. If you need more ports, you'll need to get a USB-c hub (hdmi out, a usb 3.1 port etc). The specific samsung model works well and also, supports pass-through charging--it has a hdmi out, a usb 3 out, and a usb c port. So yeah you could connect to a monitor, a usb 3 hub to connect keyboard/mouse and then usb c pass through charging to make this into a nice little unit to plug in at work and then take home or around if needed.
I have seen some mixed reviews--but apparently, pass through charging can be hit or miss. The samsung usb c hub model works--but other usb c hubs that work with a macbook 2016 for pass through charging DO NOT work. Basically, the usb c port on this is not fully up to spec. It kind of defeats the purpose of a universial standard port if not all accessories that follow the standard don't fully work with it. This really annoyed me. Maybe if they had a 2nd port for charging it wouldn't be a big issue...but...seems like a big oversight to me.
I think this is a good device with perhaps some 1st generation quirks. I had to return mine because I use one specific program and the Windows RDP issues with small fonts on high-resolution was a major issue. There are no realistic workarounds other than plugging into a larger external monitor, so...back it goes.
IF this is not an issue for you, this is a good device--as long as you don't mind the usb c quirks and don't need a stylus for major document editing or note taking. The battery life is way better than the surface 4 pro, although with some other drawbacks i had mentioned.
I really like this. I wish the keyboard were attached, but as it's set up now, it provides a full case for this when it's closed. When using it as just a tablet, it's a little awkward because (like the Surface, I'm sure) you have to set your keyboard somewhere else. Not a huge problem, but I travel a lot so it would mean putting the keyboard in my carry on when not in use. Which can be a pain. I bought a nicer cover for it what helps alleviate this problem.
This is my first venture into Windows 10 and I like it. I will use mine for some light photo editing, writing on Word, some art, email and surfing the Web. I may end up watching movies at some point, but I'm not a gamer at all. This completely suits my needs and syncs up to my S7 Edge.
It's not as fast as I was hoping. Also, the keyboard is a little small and I have big hands. This is a bit of a pain because I type 120 pm and I'm constantly having to go back and correct on this. I'm sure I'll get used to it. Also, I find that when typing online (Facebook, email, etc) I will suddenly end up somewhere else. I'm not sure if my hand or a finger is hitting the touch pad, but it's a bit annoying. Those are the only real drawbacks I have discovered right now.
Do know it only has a C port. You will need to buy an adapter to plug anything into this. And you will plug it into the same port you use for charging. This means that if you're ever in need of using flash drive or external hard drive and you start to run out of power, you'll have to stop what you're doing and power up the computer. So far this hasn't been an issue for me, but I could see it being a pain for someone who may push this to it's battery limit on a regular basis.
It charges pretty fast. Don't buy into the battery life claims. You'll get a good five hours out of this, maybe a little more, but you won't get the advertised life by any means. And know this is based on the few things I use mine for. If you are going to use this a lot and run a lot of apps and programs at one time you will drain the battery.
I'm glad I bought this and it has certainly replaced my old laptop. I could have probably just bought a laptop with a touch screen, but I do like the option of this also being a tablet for entertainment purposes.
It's the perfect size, it has an amazing display and it's rather easy to navigate. I hope to find a way how to uninstall apps like Candy Crush and others I will never use because I feel like they're just taking up space.
Also, it's one of the least expensive 2 in 1s out there. You get a lot for your money.