The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1's sleek look comes at a premium price, but its multi-tasking abilities fall short of its professional title.
The 10-inch tablet rocks a 2,560x1,600-pixel resolution that grabs your attention at first glance.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 is one of the slimmest 10-inch tablets to-date. It's also lightweight and super comfy to-boot.
Rocking the in-house design that features a faux-leather back and fake stitching, the plastic back provides a functionally grippy surface.
The capacitive buttons respond quickly to touch and don't get in the way when holding the tablet.
With razor-sharp detail and a rich range of colors, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1's screen is one of its best features.
The tablet only ships with 16GB of internal storage, so the microSD card slot allows up to 64GB of more storage to play with.
I was underwhelmed by the tablet's speaker quality and mostly used headphones when listening to audio. The headphone jack on the top left edge keeps the headphone cord out of your way.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 is packed to the brim with software, which might be overwhelming to new users. Thankfully, Samsung offers various tutorials and instructions for setting up your Galaxy tablet.
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