The Korean hybrid tablet mounts Windows 10 extremely light and thin and dedicated to those who want to be able to work in all conditions
We had seen it at the CES in Las Vegas for the first time, but now it's here too: it's about Samsung TabPro S, the 2-in-1 hybrid tablet that turns into a real laptop,thanks to a detachable keyboard and the adoption of the Windows 10 operating system.
The Samsung tablet offers high-level technical specifications, which include a 12-inch AMOLED display with 2160 x 1440 pixel resolution, sixth-generation Intel Core M processor supported by 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, LTE modem and battery from 5200 mAh.
In addition to hardware, software makes the difference: setting aside Android for a moment, the Korean company can offer its tablet to an audience of professionals or simply people interested in produce professional content with a certain versatility. The operating system of Windows 10 at the moment in fact still the most quoted in this segment: in fact it supports multitasking from the beginning and full of applications dedicated to professionals of the old and new school. In fact, the 2-in-1 category is the only one that is seeing growth within a tablet market that is getting worse and worse, and driven by Windows devices: it was unthinkable that the Asian group would not attempt to impose its presence Also here.
TabPro S for not cheap: the starting price set at 1099 euros, however in line with those of the same level competition.