Saturday, 8 November 2014

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S has battery life to spare

When it comes to tablets, Samsung's attitude has been, "let's try everything." With tablets of every size, shape and color, it's hard to think of something Samsung hasn't done yet.
One surprising omission has been a tablet with an ultra-thin OLED screen— that is, until the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4-inch (MSRP $399.99) showed up this past summer. The super-slim tablet isn't without its faults, but it's a very cool addition to a crowded market — and a great sign of things to come.
Though its specs don't represent a huge leap over those of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro, the OLED screen takes a solid blueprint and adds a beautiful finishing touch. Improved battery life, more accurate color reproduction, and a slimmer package await users migrating from other tablets.