The Galaxy Tab S will be available in two sizes, a 10.5-inch $499 variant, and a 8.4-inch device for $399. The specs for both devices are otherwise the same. But the real stars of the show are the Super AMOLED displays.
You also needn't worry about getting a bit of fresh air. The Galaxy Tab S' Super AMOLED display is reportedly 40 percent less reflective than an LCD display, with an adaptive display that will adjust things like white balance and contrast on the fly for improved viewing in direct sunlight.
Samsung's Papergarden service will offer digital magazines customized expressly for the Galaxy Tab S' colorful display. And plenty of brands have gotten on board, including Vogue, Glamour, Vanity Fair, and GQ.
With SideSync 3.0, you'll be able to pair your Galaxy Tab S to your Galaxy S5 smartphone. If your phone rings in another room, you can answer that call on your tablet. You can even use Sidesync to access your Windows computer, using Remote PC.
With the Galaxy Tab S' multiuser mode, up to eight people can create independent profiles, complete with personal home screens and apps. You can use the tablet's fingerprint scanner to log in to your personal profile.
Connectivity options include 802.11ac Wi-Fi and LTE. Samsung also offers a feature it's calling "Download Booster," which it claims will ramp up your download speeds -- complete a gigabyte download in as little as 30 seconds, for example.