The Galaxy TabPro S is a Windows slate with the iPad Pro firmly in its sights.
Okay, one last thing from today’s Samsung pre-CES press conference.
The company has added yet another tablet to its ever-expanding line. This one bucks the Android trend, however, the result of a partnership between the company and Microsoft.
The Galaxy TabPro S is, as its name implies, a business-minded slate. It’s still got a big, bright 12-inch Super AMOLED display that will likely do the trick for multimedia, of course, but like the iPad Pro before it, the tablet is made for work, running Windows 10 in both touchscreen and keyboard modes.
It’s also a pretty slick-looking device, measuring in at 6.3 milimeters thick. We’ll be getting our hands on the tablet sometime in the days to come.