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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 4G Now Available In Oz

Samsung’s flagship two-in-one Galaxy TabPro S 4G is now available in Australia, joining the Wi-Fi-only model.

Running Windows 10, the TabPro S comes with a full-sized keyboard with a touchpad, with a keyboard cover, featuring a flexible hinge, enabling a dual-angle viewing experience, while a Pogo pin eliminates the need for pairing or charging separately.

samsung1It sports a 12” Super AMOLED display, is powered by an Intel Core M processor, is decked out with a 5 MP auto-focus rear camera and a 5 MP front camera, and comes with 4 GB RAM and a 128 GB SSD, with a 5,200 mAh battery providing up to 10.5 hours battery life.

The TabPro S range also features Samsung Flow, designed to integrate the functionality of a compatible Galaxy smartphone into the tablet experience, including fingerprint log-in, as well as notifications.

samsung2“The Galaxy TabPro S 4G is the perfect productivity tool, designed to support Australians with a connected tablet experience from anywhere a 4G LTE mobile network can operate,” Prasad Gokhale, Samsung Electronics Australia vice president, IT and mobile, commented.

“The launch of a premium LTE-capable two-in-one Galaxy tablet extends our commitment to provide Australians with technology that supports greater mobility, productivity and connected experience in a beautifully crafted form.

“This device is a great companion for business travellers, small business owners and students who need to work from a range of locations.”

The TabPro S 4G is available now through Samsung retail partners JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman, priced at $1,799 RRP (Windows 10 Pro).

It is also available from the Samsung Experience stores in Melbourne and Sydney, as well as via the Samsung online store.

Further information can be found here.

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