A few days ago we posted a story that shown a leaked version of a new Windows tablet from Samsung, Galaxy TabPRO S.
Now that tablet is no longer a rumour as Samsung officially announced it during their CES 2016 keynote. Featuring a design that is similar to the Surface, the TabPRO S is a 12-inch 2-in-1 tablet that runs on Windows 10, the first Galaxy device to do so, supporting both Windows 10 Home and Pro.
The TabPRO S will also come with support for a full-size cover that connects to the device using a Pogo pin, allowing it to pair with the tablet, and charge it at the same time, and interestingly that will be included with the tablet.
Sporting a dual-core 2.2GHz processor, the tablet features 4GB of RAM, either a 128GB or 256GB SSD, and a 5,200mAh battery that is said to last up to 10.5 hours from a 2.5-hour full charge.
The Samsung TabPRO S will be available at the start of February for a currently unknown price, and will be available with either LTE or just Wi-Fi.