The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro Specs
As we said, this tablet is corporate friendly and a fierce challenger to all Windows 8 products, thus it comes with the Hancom Office – a variety of the more popular Microsoft Office suite, a myriad of apps, widgets and very useful features such as e-Meeting, and WebEx, e-mail, Internet, spreadsheets and so on. One of the most interesting features however, is that the tablet being generous in size, Samsung managed to provide it with a customer friendly keyboard – a traditional full onscreen keyboard to let the users type fast and with little errors, as the keyboard features a key-specific haptic feedback – it vibrates underneath your fingers to let you know you pressed the keys. However, the best card Samsung plays for its niche customers is, of course, the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro battery life: upon testing, experts found that the device can last for a few days (meaning three or four), while with an average of 2 hours use per day, it can hold as much as a week.
Is the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro put an end to the desktop era? Will it become the next corporate device, being light as a feather, comprising amazing features and giving users all the power and freedom they need?