Samsung’s keynote was one of the most unexpected yesterday at CES and they did what they do best, impress everyone with something unexpected.
The Galaxy TAB line is really well known by now, keeping Android on the tablet market for a while. But this time though the Galaxy line has seen a step in other direction.
Meet the Galaxy Tab Pro S
And as you can see its looking like a Surface Pro.
The new slate from Samsung runs on Windows 10 OS and they claim to have a “truly powerful 2-in-1”
The device itself is 6.3 mm thin and has 693 gm making it easily portable, also the TAB Pro S comes with a full sized keyboard cover with a built in kickstand and touchpad.
Packs a gorgeous 12 inch 2K Super AMOLED display which will boost the 5,200 mAh battery lasting, one accordingly to Samsung should go up to 10.5H and can be fully charge in just 2.5H
Also it comes with the Intel Core M processor with 4GB of RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of storage, and is the first Windows tablet to come with LTE Cat 6 support.
This is just one of the many announcements we’ll see this week, so stay tuned for more #CES2016 coverage
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