Samsung Tablets – Which One Are You Compatible With?
There are several new Samsung tablets on the market – they even have similar names. How do you know which is the right choice for you? It’s all in the details. Here’s a brief overview of three of Samsung’s recent releases:
Galaxy TabPro 8.4
Weighing in at 11.67 ounces, this light tablet boasts an impressive HD display – 1600 x 2560 Pixel, 359 ppi over 8.4 inches. This many pixels crammed into a small area creates bold colors and a vibrant, sharp picture, and the Quad-Core processor makes for fast responsiveness.
The Galaxy TabPro 8.4 is an excellent organizational tool, especially in the workplace. It comes preloaded with Cisco WebEx Meetings for video conferencing, and Hancom viewer, which is compatible with Microsoft Office applications for viewing Word or Excel files. Also, integration of Samsung’s Remote PC app allows you to control your computer from the tablet. It runs on KitKat 4.4 and has Multi Window side-by-side multitasking. Make sure you check out the Defender Series cases from OtterBox for the Samsung Galaxy TabPro 8.4.
Galaxy TabPro 10.1
This device is packed with power. Just 16.54 ounces, the tablet’s 10.1 inch screen is 1600 X 2560 Pixel, 229 ppi. Sharp resolution lends itself to text as well as images. This, in conjunction with the tablet’s 3.8 volt lithium ion battery, KitKat 4.4, and 16GB of internal space, it’s ideal for gaming, movie streaming, web browsing and work.
The Galaxy TabPro 10.1 also has Multi Window for side-by-side multitasking. Accessing two windows at once is even easier with the updated touch key layout, with the customary physical home button flanked by two capacitive keys.
Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
If you love the Stylus drawing and handwriting capabilities this is your tablet. You can easily and quickly compose and manage notes, and the S Note instantly edits them into digital text. On this tablet’s 10.1 inch screen with 1600 x 2560 Pixel display, your sketches and notes are comprehensive and sharp. The updated S Pen also has air command. If you hover your S Pen anywhere on the screen and click the S Pen button you automatically access Action Memo, Scrapbooker, Screen Writer, S Finder and Pen Window.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition runs on Jelly Bean, uses Multi Window for multitasking, and has My Magazine. This feature essentially allows you to design your own screen by pinning your favorite and most used apps, websites, videos, folders, etc.
Whichever device you choose to go with, be sure to keep it protected with the OtterBox Defender Series available now for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition/ Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.