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Samsung takes aim at the Surface 4 and iPad Pro with the TabPro S

Is this the Windows 10 hybrid you’re looking for?

If you already find the Samsung’s tablet range rather confusing (and who doesn’t?), you’re sure to be delighted that yet another new model has just been announced at CES.

But despite having a name that’s going to get lost in the ocean of Samsung’s existing devices, the TabPro S is at least different to the rest of the range: it runs Windows 10 and comes bundled with a keyboard cover.

Thin! Light! Flexible!

Samsung claims this is the thinnest and lightest 2-in-1 tablet, at 6.3mm and 693g. That keyboard cover looks rather snazzy, too, with two positions to make it usable on a lap or a table.

Power comes from a 2.2GHz 6th gen. Intel Core M processor with 4GB of RAM, there are 128GB and 256GB versions, and the 12in screen has a resolution of 2160×1440.

It all sounds and looks rather lovely, but no pricing information has been released yet. At least we do know we won’t have to wait long to get our hands on one – it launches net month.

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Tom is a nerd. A gaming nerd, a home cinema nerd, a hi-fi nerd and a car nerd. And a bit of a bike nerd, and phone nerd, and computer nerd. Let's call the whole thing off and just go with all-round nerd. In the past he's been an audio book actor, a games tester, a chocolate salesman and a teacher in Japan. Then he joined What Hi-Fi? as a reviewer back in 2007 and moved to Stuff as Reviews Editor in 2011. After a five-year stint on Stuff he rejoined the What Hi-Fi? team where he currently rules the reviews team with a candy floss fist.

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