Samsung names a price for the 4G version of the Galaxy TabPro S Windows device – EFTM
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Samsung names a price for the 4G version of the Galaxy TabPro S Windows device

big tablet / 2-in-1 / whatever you call it!

Samsung have today confirmed the pricing and availability for the 4G version of their most recent tablet, the Windows 10 based Galaxy TabPro S.

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This 12 inch screened tablet beast will set you back $1799 – just $150 more than the WiFi only version which is a surprise.

And it’s available today.

Prasad Gokhale, Vice President, IT and Mobile for Samsung said today “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, The launch of a premium LTE capable 2-in-1 Galaxy tablet extends our commitment to provide Australians with technology that supports greater mobility, productivity and connected experience in a beautifully crafted form.”

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

One key feature of the TabPro S is Samsung Flow, this little bit of software magic allows you to use features of your Android powered Galaxy Smartphone on the TabPro S including using your smartphone fingerprint to login to the device.

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You’ll find it at JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman and the Sydney or Melbourne Samsung Experience Stores.

  • Here’s the pricing for the whole range:
  • Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Wi-Fi Windows 10 Home (12-inch) – RRP $1,499
  • Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Wi-Fi Windows 10 Pro (12-inch) – RRP $1,649
  • Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 4G Windows 10 Pro (12-inch) – RRP $1,799
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