Slim but not- So- Shady
There’s something irresistible about tablet- laptop combinations, right? They are quite the must- have for those who have a penchant for portable devices. So, if you can’t seem to get them off your mind, here’s something to think about — the Samsung Galaxy Tabpro S.
With 12- i nch FHD+ samoled screen with 216ppi, the device belts out some really crisp output. That, though, would pale against what is probably i ts main competition, the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, which has 267ppi. The Samsung Tabpro still wins in the dimensions department, specifically in slimness and weight, at 6.3mm and 693g versus 8.4mm and 766g ( lightest of the Pro 4’ s models).
Beyond the surface of the Tabpro S , we made a di s a ppointi ng discovery — it only has one USB Type C port. So there goes the option of charging it and transferring data at the same time.
However, the biggest issue we had with it is its snap- on keyboard. You can’t use the device as a tablet with the keyboard on because flipping it all the way causes it to sleep — thanks to that magnet built into the cover — so you’ll have the extra