Samsung unveils new Windows 10-powered tablet at CES in Las Vegas

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 06 January 2016
Samsung unveils new Windows 10-powered tablet at CES in Las Vegas

Samsung has introduced the new Galaxy TabPro S, a 2-in-1 tablet running on the Windows 10 operating system, at the 2016 CES event in Las Vegas, US.

Combining the functionality of both a tablet and a laptop, the new device is lightweight and delivers full PC functionality with both Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro for business.

The Galaxy TabPro S comes with a full size keyboard with a flexible hinge, helping to enable dual-angle viewing. A Pogo pin on the keyboard also eliminates the need for pairing and charging separately.

The device features a multi-touch screen, has a 12-inch AMOLED display and uses an Intel Core M processor.

The Galaxy TabPro S is the first Windows-powered tablet to support the LTE Cat 6 mobile communication standard, helping to provide the fastest and most advanced connected experience to users.

“Galaxy TabPro S balances the best of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab with the wealth of features on the Windows 10 operating system for the most advanced tablet experience on the market,” said Dongjin Ko, president and head of mobile communication business at Samsung Electronics. “We’re thrilled to be working with Microsoft to deliver a 2-in-1 tablet that truly allows people to enjoy productivity and connections that matter most, through a seamless mobile station designed for all purposes.”

The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S will be available globally from February 2016. 

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