Samsung became the latest firm to buy into business tablets by announcing the Galaxy TabPro S at CES 2016. The 12in Super AMOLED display, Windows-based operating system and the pedigree of the Galaxy Tab range behind it, sees Samsung aiming to fill the gap left by the firm's exit from the UK laptop market, while luring buyers away from Microsoft's more established Surface Pro line.
In addition to our Galaxy TabPro S interactive guide, we've prepared this list of the Samsung slate's 10 finest features ahead of the worldwide launch in February.
10. USB-C port
Unlike the Surface Pro series, the Galaxy TabPro S is too thin to fit a full-size USB port on its edges. However, it does have the next best thing: a USB-C connector. Its use of the USB 3.1 platform enables faster data transfer and battery charging, and the reversible design of USB-C eliminates any fiddling that would arise from inserting a cable upside-down.
Still, a standard USB connector is an essential tool for many, whether for adding removable storage or plugging in a mouse or headset. Samsung has therefore produced a separate multi-port adapter, including USB-A and HDMI connectors as well as another USB-C port, to handle additional connectivity.
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