Slim but not- So- Shady

WKND - - Hard Drive - 24 june 2016 by Alvin R. CABRAL

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

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