Galaxy TabPro S: Windows 10 Tablet Coming To Best Buy, Microsoft Store, Samsung In The US
Galaxy TabPro S is Samsung’s first Windows 10 convertible. This 2-in-1 tablet, when announced, was compared with Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 turned out to be an entertainment tablet. So, if you are an entertainment freak who likes to stream games, movies and music online, here is good news for you.Advertisement
Microsoft, via Windows Blog, announced that Samsung’s Windows 10 powered tablet will soon be made available for US residents on Best Buy, Microsoft Store and Samsung. If you are wondering how much entertainment will cost you, then here is the price. The sites will sell Galaxy TabPro S for $899. Where you can buy the tablet on Best Buy starting today, you will have to wait if Microsoft Store or Samsung are your choices. The stores will start selling the 12-inch Windows 10 tablet on April 4th in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.
Another good news is that the detachable keyboard will come along the tablet. You will not have to spend extra money on this accessory. What about the Pen? About the Pen, Microsoft in its post wrote, “Customers also have the ability to purchase a pen that will be coming soon, to help them take advantage of the Galaxy TabPro S’ touch screen on Universal Windows Platform applications like Bamboo Paper, but also inking within the Edge browser. In addition, if you pair that pen with OneNote, Powerpoint, even Outlook, you can have a dramatically different Windows 10 experience.” According to the same blog post, the Cortana experience on Galaxy TabPro S is also going to be different.
Shedding light on the work Microsoft has done to improve Windows 10 Cortana experience on this convertible from Samsung, the company wrote, “Together with Samsung we improved the Cortana speech accuracy from good to exceptional, with scores greater than 90% across all sound environments – from a busy house, to a coffee shop, or office space.” Are you looking forward to invest into this huge, Windows 10 convertible to entertain yourself? Let us know in the comments below.
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