TabPro S's סמסונג Is finally becoming a more relevant product
Earlier this year, we saw Samsung join most of the other players in the PC market And launching its own competitor For the most successful Windows tablet - Microsoft's Surface Pro, In its fine fourth version.
The Korean company enlisted their Super AMOLED technology to create a high-quality and advanced display unit for the new device, but at the same time chose a very basic internal hardware that was a bad surprise for quite a few users: storage capacity of 128 GB or 256 GB. Byte only, CPU Core m3 is very economical but also has a modest level of performance - and especially memory volume RAM Of 4 GB only, even in the most advanced model.
Now, Samsung decides to slightly improve the status of the TabPro S with an updated model that comes in gilded color (plus the white and black models available so far), alongside 256GB of built-in storage memory as default and 8GB of memory RAM, Which is the minimum quantity for us in 2016, much more so in a product that does not belong to the budget category.
The golden color is definitely an interesting and unique proposition in the window-based tablet market for the time being, and despite the continued use of the chip Core m3 only (the m3-6Y30 not upgraded to the Kaby Lake generation) may still be problematic for users with larger processing requirements than usual, there is no doubt that the current proposal is more appropriate than its predecessor.
At a recommended price of 1,000 dollars, which also includes the Samsung keyboard cover, this is a competition for the Surface Pro 4 which is normally offered for the initial price of 900 dollars, which gives 128GB of storage, 4GB of RAM and processor Core m3 is the same without a keyboard plugin, or the price of 1,000 dollars with a processor Core i5 is more advanced but with the same amount of storage and RAM (and still without a keyboard), while the TabPro S also enjoys reduced weight and dimensions (slightly less than 700 caused by only about 6.3 millimeters thickness) 10.5 hours between charging and charging, among other things thanks to the use of the X-Core m in question.