|Screen Size||12 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||2160x1440 pixels|
|Processor||2.2 GHz core_m|
|Hard Drive||128 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 620|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 years|
Samsung Tab Pro S 12"; 128 GB Wifi Tablet (White) SM-W700NZWAXAR
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- Intel Core m3 Processor
- Windows 10 Home
- 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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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, White
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.
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Absolutely amazing for work, ended up replacing my laptop
Didn't think I would use the keyboard, but now cant picture life without it. You can use the keyboard at 2 angles, didnt realize that for the first couple days, big bonus.
Works great for daily stuff, ms office, web, remote desktop, photo editing. Basically everything but video editing and gaming. So for me that 95% of my usage
Space hasn't been a problem because all my files are stored on a nas. I use netdrive. So it basically gives me access to all my storage at home no matter where I am.
I was also worried about lte, but my hotspot works fine, still wish I had it though.
Huge bonus being usb-c, unlike surface and lenovo, which I was considering, I can use any external battery to charge no need for proprietary charging port or special batteries. Also no need to carry around a brick to charge the device.
Battery lasts about 8-8.5 hours with decent workload, but I use an anker battery and I can quadruple that. When I am working the battery will charge super slow or it will just slow down the discharge dramatically depending on the load. When Im not using it, it charges just fine.
Screen is gorgeous for watching movies in HD, but wish the aspect ratio was 16:9 so I could get the full experience. I dont like the shift to 3:4 or 3:2 like this one is.
I use 50% brightness indoors and 75 to 100 outside.
Basically its a amazing machine, I cant wait for the next gen, where I could get a little more power to play games.
iPad Pro vs TabPro
Obviously the main difference between these two is that one runs a full OS and the other doesn't. That being said, iOS is surprisingly workable on the iPad Pro however, it's scaling leaves much to be desired. I know it's down to the app developers to scale correctly but when you're reading text in safari that's perfectly sized, but then you go into Google docs and everything is jumbo sized it gets old real quick.
Then there's the cost difference. The iPad costs more AND doesn't include a keyboard. I figure around a 20% premium for the Apple device with no real premium solutions offered.
Finally the size of the iPad is just too big. It's unwielding in your hands. It's not balanced well and unless you're leaning it on a leg or cushion you'll get arm fatigue within 5 minutes.
There's no real contest if you live with both devices for a day or so. The niggles start to grow quickly, although despite the TabPro's audio being exceptional for a Windows device, the iPad is definitely the winner in terms of audio quality.
Surface Pro 4 vs TabPro
The Surface / TabPro comparison is much stranger than you'd think. Same OS so in terms of experience in use, they're close. However, they couldn't be more different in other ways.
Both screens are 3:2 for the aspect ratio. This could be important to you depending on how you work so give it some thought. Then there's the resolution which, although higher on the Surface, isn't really noticeably different on either, partly because of that aspect ratio thing and partly because of the Super AMOLED screen which is simply unbeatable. If you've used a Galaxy phone you'll know what I'm talking about. Once you go AMOLED, everything else is chump change. From a screen perspective, it Trump's everything else and makes the Galaxy a beauty to use for me at least :)
Connectivity however is hands down Surface all the way. USB. Check. Mini Display port. Check. Micro SD. Check. None of these exist on the Galaxy and again, if you need any of these that could be a deal breaker. Sure you CAN use the USB-C connection with an adapter for most of the above, but it's not as seamless as the Surface. Oh, and the kickstand being fully adjustable is also a big win for MS ove Samsung.
Price is comparable although the Samsung comes with a keyboard but no pen. Surface comes with a pen but no keyboard.
Performance is another one you need to be sure of before you buy. If like me, you're a fairly low power user, doing email, web, docs etc. With some light image editing then the m3 processor will be fine. But if you're the type of person that craves power, needs a V8 under the hood for 40 mph driving then Surface wins again. Most of us however are just fine with the m3. We just need to give it a try which leads us to....
Battery life is terrible on the Surface. Don't believe what they tell you, real world usage is definitely 4-6 hours depending on usage for all of the i-series processors. The Galaxy on the other hand is easily pulling 9-10 hours from what I've seen so far. Another win for the Samsung.
Overall, the best way I can summarise these 2 for comparison is really this. The Surface feels like it was built as a laptop first and then the keyboard was taken away. The connectivity just screams 'full PC experoence'. The Galaxy feels more like it was designed to be a tablet first, and then beefed up to give you a full computing experience. It's a small difference but it explains a lot!
If you're wondering about the Surface Book, let's just say that 2 hour real world battery life on clipboard just isn't usable for anyone who tablet's their way through much of the day. And given the almost double price tag (albeit for more performance), these two devices aren't really competitors.
1. Full Windows 10 so anything goes with no issues
2. It is slim and light but it is a 12 inch tablet, once you cross the 9.7 inch line things become awkward no matter how sleek it is. Holding it for long periods is not the best thing.
3. Keyboard is decent. Not sure about long term reliability of hardware but typing is generally OK and no trampolining like on the Surface ones. However, no backlight (which the bright screen kinds helps with anyways).
Also the case as a case is kinda goofy. There is a 1 in 10 chance you will drop it since the magnetic design is not click and play like the surface.
You will probably need a cover type thing for tablet use to prop it and maybe use a separate preferred bluetooth keyboard.
4. Battery is about 7-8 hours normal use with 80% (pretty high) brightness. However, it charges fast and also can be supplemented with a power bank so you always have a long lasting solution. It is much better battery life and charging solution especially compared to the Surface 3.
5. Does not get too hot that I have noticed.
6. One USB C is a pain but it is an adapter away when needed to add something to it. But, one more thing to carry but still better than the iPad Pro lightening deal
7. Loss of star is for the missing micro SD card. No reason for that to be happening on a large tablet by a non Apple company. 80GB out of the box will require one eye all the time plus the risk of crashing personal stuff with the device unlike a separate storage option.
8. You already know the screen is the best. It is. Movies are a joy in it and startlingly vivid definition.
The iPad Pro or any iOS tablet does not compare. This is a full fledged computer. Not a compromised mobile OS one.
HOT TIP -
Yes, it has a pen based screen which seems different from the Wacom/NTrig type screens. However, while you are waiting for the official (bluetooth based) pen release, the Bamboo Fineline/2 series (Target/Best Buy etc) pens will work right away and are precise point pens. Also unlike Surface pens, you can use the pen as a mouse to navigate etc not just handwriting/OneNote which is big plus.
However, the negative is palm rejection. Can't rest your palm with these standard pens on OneNote so I am not sure about anything more than signatures, short notes and screen navigation for the pen. The official one MAY remedy all this but it is a waiting game.
Overall, it is a great competitor to the Surface/iPad Pro and is most portable Full PC solution of the three. I would recommend extended protection though, since I have not built the same level of trust with Samsung tablets just yet like a MS or Apple OEM product.
Any questions, shoot in the comments and I will try and help resolve.