Samsung announced the Galaxy TabPro S tablet running Windows 10 at CES in January, and we've already seen it going on sale throughout Europe at the beginning of this month. And now it's finally time for it to become available in the US as well. Almost, anyway.
It's set to be in stock at Best Buy starting tomorrow, priced from $899.99. It will also be offered by Microsoft stores beginning on April 4.
The TabPro S is a 12-inch 2-in-1 detachable tablet with a 1440p AMOLED touchscreen, a sixth generation Intel Core M dual-core processor clocked at 2.26 GHz, 4GB of RAM, two 5 MP cameras (one on the front, one on the back), and a 5,200 mAh battery. It's just 6.3mm thin and it weighs 693g.
It has two storage options, 128GB and 256GB, and there are versions that also get LTE Cat.6 connectivity built-in. It runs either Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro, depending on which particular SKU you choose. The keyboard comes bundled with the tablet, so there's no need for a separate purchase here.
But the point of a tablet is not to use it on a desktop environment. Touch does not help desktop apps, it's a frustrating experience compared to mouse. So it's not a real tablet, just a weak laptop with atrocious control (touch instead of touchpad/mo...
You have all you need to have PC job. Touchpad , keyboard , Windows 10, desend SoC(for 90% of the ppl) And you can take off the screen as tablet , on tablet mode , and also use Pen.
What do you mean? It does have a touchpad.