Samsung returned to making Windows-powered tablets earlier this year when it announced the Galaxy TabPro S at CES 2016 back in January. The ultralight tablet is just 6.3mm thick, weighs 693g and has an Intel Core M processor under the hood. The tablet has already been released in several countries across Europe and today the company has finally confirmed the Galaxy TabPro S release date and price for the United States.
When we got our hands on the Galaxy TabPro S at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 we found it to be an impressive ultralight PC. The tablet features a 12 inch 2160×1440 Super AMOLED display, 2.2GHz Intel Core M processor with up to 4GB RAM and a 128GB SSD flash drive. Customers also have the option of going for LTE Cat. 6 wireless broadband.
Galaxy TabPro S comes with a keyboard cover that is held in place by two sets of magnets. The keyboard feels good and is nice enough to help users get their work done on the move. The tablet features a single USB Type-C connector but adapters are available which add USB legacy compatibility as well as support for networking, USB HUBs and more.
This Windows 10-powered tablet goes on sale in the United States tomorrow. Customers can pick it up from Bust Buy and Microsoft stores across the country for $899.99. An optional stylus will be released later this year.