Samsung has officially launched a new 2-in-1 device that uses the Windows 10 operating system at an event in New York, US.
The Galaxy TabPro S was first unveiled at this year’s CES event, and is the result of many years of collaboration between Samsung, Intel and Microsoft.
“Our goal from the outset was to deliver an entirely new experience and build a wonderful Windows 10 device that was not only powerful in computing capability, but also beautiful in design with the upmost functionality for mobile productivity,” said Chris Cocks, vice president of original equipment manufacturing technical sales at Microsoft.
Microsoft has worked with Samsung to help optimise the Cortana experience on the new device, with test results seeing a 90% success rate across all sound environments.
A special pen will also soon be available that allows users to take advantage of the device’s touch screen on Universal Windows Platform applications, as well as within the Microsoft Edge browser.
The Galaxy TabPro S comes with an Intel Core M3 processor, which has been optimised for Windows 10, as standard. Users also benefit from a range of enterprise grade security features.
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