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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome Tablet

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    The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 does everything and more you could ever ask for in a tablet. I am on the go and need the portability of a laptop however it was too heavy and bulky for me caring and setting up my laptop all the time. With my new Samsung tablet I have everything I had in my laptop in my hands everywhere I go. It's fast, lightweight and easy to use. The 12.2 screen is easy to view and the perfect size for my excel spreadsheets.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Love The Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 32GB

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    Today I went to BEST BUY to buy the iPad Air but when I saw this tablet wow all I could say is ( I WANT ) This tablet is amazing and the screen size is awesome it's a little heavy but that's how I like it it's super fast I love it so much was super easy to set up it's fast downloading apps witch I love it's just to amazing not to have who wouldn't want this awesome tablet it's great for everything the games I download work super fast on it. This is the best tablet that I have ever bought it's great it's amazing and fast I would recommend this tablet to everyone apple iPad Air may seem better to most people get your hands on this tablet and find out what your missing.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love this tablet!

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    Everything about the hype is true. SIZE DOES MATTER! Nothing is wrong, absolutely perfect.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Better bang for the money than an iPad Air

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    • The 12.2 inch screen is very large but that is what attracted me to this tablet; I was finding the 7 inch screen on my Nexus 7 too small for needs. Big screen frequently sacrifice picture quality for size but that wasn’t the case with this tablet. I was immediately impressed with the picture quality and in my opinion it is even better than the screen resolution on the iPad Air’s 9.7 inch screen. I’ve read that Samsung over-saturated the colors to enhance the screen’s appearance; some people have complained that the colors aren’t true. I don’t care I‘m not editing photos on my tablet, I have a computer for that, and the iPad Air’s colors aren’t true either. For how I use the tablet the colors look just fine. • The iPad Air I tried only had 16GB and it rapidly disappeared and I realized that I would need at a minimum 32GB and more likely 64GB. I was not impressed enough with the iPad Air to spend the money needed to acquire 32 or 64GB. The Samsung came with 32GB, and I slipped in an existing Micro SD card from an old phone, giving me 64GB. More memory; faster; bigger & better screen; more features; better customization; and it cost less. • I was surprised at how fast this tablet is, my Nexus 7 is slower by comparison, as was the iPad Air I tested for two weeks. It is possible to bog this tablet down by having too many apps running, however this is easily remedied by simply pressing the “Recent Apps” command key and closing individual apps or tapping “Close All” to free up the CPU and memory. • The speakers are fair, much better than my Nexus 7’s speakers, which are barely audible, and the iPad Air I tried had both speakers along one edge (the bottom edge), completely defeating any stereo affect from having two speakers. • While it’s true this tablet is plastic it felt sturdier than the metal iPad Air I tried and returned. The iPad’s screen flexes when you press on it and even after two weeks of heavy use I just couldn’t get use to the spongy feel of the screen. The case may be aluminum but it is thin and doesn’t feel substantial. The smooth metal back on the iPad made holding it difficult. I bought a case for the iPad and for my Samsung; can’t see the back on either when they are in their case. I think the combination of my white tablet and my brown case look and feel great; I can’t imagine not having a case for either tablet. • I paid for and downloaded both the Swiftkey and ai.type keyboards; I pretty much settled on the Swiftkey for my Galaxy S III and Nexus 7. I didn’t care for the Android keyboard on the Nexus 7; didn’t care for either the Android or Samsung keyboards on the Galaxy S III, but the Samsung keyboard on this tablet is the best touch-screen keyboard I have used, and the word prediction is fantastic, this keyboard is far and away superior to the Apple keyboard. • Apple has more apps that have been adapted for tablet use, especially where games are concerned, but I’m not into games much so that is pretty much a non-issue. I found Safari on the iPad Air a huge disappointment compared to Google’s Chrome. I read a lot and I did think the Kindle app for Apple was marginally superior to the Kindle app for Android because it had the X-Ray feature, but that is a failing on Amazon’s part, not Samsung’s. Apple’s iBook app combined with iTunes needs a complete rewrite, I found it completely unworkable. • I considered the Nexus 10 but I figured it would be comparable to my Nexus 7 in every way but screen size and I felt I needed more in the way of an upgrade than just the size of the screen. . • I considered the 32GB Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 which has an amazing screen, but an 8.9 inch screen is not that much larger than a 7 inch screen. We have two Kindle Fire tablets for our Grandchildren and I didn’t think I would be happy with the limitations placed on the Kindle Fire HDX by the Amazon’s OS. The Samsung 12.2 Tab Pro comes with Android 4.4 KitKat and I’m extremely happy now that I spent the extra $120 (over the Kindle) for the Samsung 12.2 Tab Pro.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The best and themost powerful tablet on the market

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    I owned an iPad 2 16gb Wi-Fi before I bought my Tab Pro 12.2 (Which I'll call Tab from now on). My Tab blows it so far out of the water, it may as well not exist. It even gives my Dell laptop a run for its money (which sounds sad, I know). This is honestly the most powerful tablet on the market, by far (it and its twin brother, the Note 12.2, which doesn't differ at all except for the addition of the S-Pen stylus. IMHO, for $100 extra, it just isn't worth it. Its 2014. Who still uses styluses?) The Tab and Note both have octa-core processors (in layman's terms, that means they have 8 cores. 4 are 1.9gigahertz, 4 are 1.3gigahertz. That's a lotta hertz.) However, only 4 will be tasked at any time. However, this still means you can run up to 4 apps without a drop in framerate or slowdown. I ran Youtube, Facebook, the Video app and a document editor at the same time, and it ran flawlessly. It also flawlessly supports a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, so you can use this much like a laptop. Add a USB 2.0 to USB adapter, and you can attach flash drives and transfer files. It has a 8mp rear camera, 2mp front facing camera. I wouldn't use this as a camera, except to use the front facing for Skype calls. Using the rear one honestly will not look rite. Your phone has a camera, use that. The screen looks amazing. At 2560x1600 resolution, its not super-ultra-mega sharp, but at 247ppi, its pretty good. It still looks incredible. It has expandable storage for up to 64gb, with 32gb internal storage. That means for an extra $20-$30, you basically have a tablet with 96gb of storage. iPad can't do that. Thats why I have to say it again this is definitely by far The best and the most powerful tablet on the market today. That's why I am very glad that I bought this instead of an iPad.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Finally a Android tablet with great battery life!

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    I've tried the Tab 4, Surface 2, Asus T100, and LG but none of them could compare battery-wise to my iPad3. But the Tab Pro 12.2 is very comparable (average 5 days between charges with medium usage). The graphics, screen, and Kit Kat operating screen are wonderful and a seamless change going from my Droid Turbo to the Tab Pro. And the access to the Google Play store is just as good if not better than Apple's. Yes, it's a big price tag compared to a full size iPad Air, but well worth it for the jumbo screen, which paired with the Samsung Bluetooth keyboard makes a adequate laptop replacement.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Upgraded my iPad 1st gen to this tablet -good move

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    This is a large bright handy tablet to keep nearby all the time. I recommend the Samsung Bluetooth keyboard that acts as a stand for desk/tabletop use. I am pleased with the performance and features of this tablet. It's big and easy to read from, so the downside is battery life and weight. I have to charge it every other or third day when left on standby and limited use (1 hour per day). I have a Galaxy Note 8 that I use for work (and handwritten notes). This is not a "note" tablet. You can't get the fine detail in your strokes that the real note with it's stylus delivers, but you can use the S-Note software and a capacitive stylus, crude though by comparison.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Really nice improvements

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    I bought this as a replacement for my Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (stolen when our house was robbed). Samsung moved the power slot to the side, which is a good improvement from the bottom (though it would work better on the left), and they made the power cord longer which was really needed. The clarity of the images is terrific. As usual, there are way too many apps installed on it that I will never use, and can't be removed. Sound is better as well, and the volume goes up farther, which I appreciate as I'm slightly hard of hearing. Easy to set up and use... I was sort of surprised, once I set it up and registered it, all the apps I had installed on my previous tablet showed up on this one, which was great. It is larger than the previous tab, of course, I bought the larger one purposefully, but it seems to not weigh any more than the other. I like that you can have two screens/two apps up at the same time. I think someone who used this for business would really like all the apps and features. More expensive than the previous one, and the battery is not any better... some company somewhere is going to finally come up with a truly long-lasting battery for devices and makes billions of dollars... but apparently it hasn't occurred to Samsung.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Overall good tablet

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    I got the tablet because of the large screen. I love browsing online and shopping apps and my tiny iphone just wasn't working for it anymore. It's easy to use and self explanatory just like most androids- a few glitches here and there but I expected that. I really hate that instead of setting the camera lense in to prevent scratching, they actually set it out a significant amount. The only way to prevent the lense scratching for setting it on the tablet is to have a case on it at all times. I'm still waiting for my case to come in the mail (in the store they're $70 and I got mine online for $15 with s&h) so until I get it, I'm toting mine around in the box. I was expecting any app to work in the Multiwindow view. Instead it's only the apps that it came with, pretty much. That bummed me out and kind of irritated me.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Pretty impressive tablet with some bugs.

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    Finally a tablet with the screen size close to a laptop. I enjoy browsing the web having the tablet in bed, on the couch, during breakfast. It is light comparatively to a laptop and takes much less space. A good sturdy case with the stand goes a long way, and I believe is a must taking into the account how slim and large this tablet is. My toddlers love playing games on it, so I initially installed a third party Kid Mode app. I was excited when a new firmware update came in from Samsung that actually included their native Kids Mode. I immediately installed it and tried out the Kids Mode. Unfortunately, due to an apparent bug, I haven't been able to unlock myself from this Kids Mode, so the tablet became useless. A call to a Samsung customer support resolved it with a complete system reset to a factory state. If not for this inconvenience of loosing all my settings and data, I would've rated it 5 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice tablet

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    I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with this 12.2 tablet. I went for it because bigger is better, right? Well, I kinda wish I would have gone with one size smaller. It's a little bulky and awkward to hold - especially vertically. It's nice and does everything I could possibly want it to do, but overall I just feel kinda "meh" about it, and I think it all comes down to the size factor. I feel like I'm not giving it a fair chance or review here, because overall, it's a great tablet. I would just strongly recommend you consider the size/weight/bulk before purchasing. I really wish I would have taken advantage of Best Buy's 14 day return policy and gone with the size smaller.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    excellent tablet for people looking to go bigger.

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    This tablet is one of the best out there, in my opinion. I purchased this one that did not come with the fancy stylus because it was a hundred dollars cheaper than the Note Pro which comes with the stylus and various shortcuts for it. I think it was a very smart decision to save the extra hundred dollars because you still get all the same great features.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Better than the latest iPad

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    The screen is a bit large but it is still light, thing, and meets the expectations of a portable tablet. This table is awesome for watching movies, skyping, playing app games, browsing the internet, and checking email; all of which I do on a regular basis. I like to multitask with it where I can see the sporting statistics with it for different games by having multiple windows open on the screen while I am watching my home TV as well or while at a bar. The speaker sound quality is sort of "Mickey Mouse" but using head phones or external speakers fixes that easily. It starts up quickly and shuts down fast, something most tablets, or even cell phones don't even do anymore. It's battery life is roughly 12 hours and I tend to use the tablet for long periods of time so I keep it connected to a charger when at home, I use a thick 10ft. 3.0 USB charger that you can get for about $8 or so at your local computer store. My only dislike is that there are very few official accessories that you can get for this tablet. It is also hard to find unofficial accessories. although I got the logitec keyboard for it and that works great. But that's about all that there is right now besides a few other keyboards and a screen protector. I bought the black version of the tablet a few days after it came out back in March and I love it! It was extremely pricey then but I noticed that the price has dropped down. I Think it is well worth purchasing with the discount. Especially if you use tablets as much as I do on a daily basis. I spent a lot of time in Best Buy comparing the Samsung with the latest iPhone and other tablets and I did a lot of leg work and home work before picking this one and it works best for me. In the end you should purchase what works best for you, but if you are an Android Addict, Samsung is the best hands down! If you prefer Apple products, all I ask is that you browse this tablet and give it a fair chance in your heart and see if you still think the iPad is a better choice for you. In the end, you might like the USB 3.0 features and external memory capabilities enough to push you over the edge, let alone the video and picture quality for viewing and taking pictures!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Tablet for Business Use

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    I love this tablet and the way it interfaces with my galaxy phone. I got it for my personal business use to travel with & take to meetings. I love the multi-screen feature and how I am able to work on items from my windows laptop to the tablet. Battery life has been great to me so far and the display is excellent. For the most part its easy to use except for some samsung apps. I'm impressed with how light it is for its size and power. Great product if you're willing to spend the money on it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Like It - but there are a few negatives

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    I own 2 Ipads and an iPad mini so I'm not new to tablets.. I wanted a large screen tablet and this fit the bill just perfectly. First, let me say that it's not too heavy. I have no difficulty holding the Tab Pro in the palm of my hand as I use it with my other hand. The screen is absolutely outstanding - sharp and bright. WiFi is excellent. Some negatives I feel I need to mention: battery life is barely adequate at best. Needs to be recharged after about 6 hours of continuous use and charging takes several hours to complete. The keyboard often "sticks" requiring certain keys be pressed again to register. Not nearly as fluid as the Ipad. Screen touch is ultra sensitive to a fault requiring frequent back stepping to get back to where you were if you aren't careful where you place your fingers. I'v had the tablet several months now and I'm beginning to see some lag in the processing. I'll clean out the cache (for each program) to see if there's an improvement. Too many open programs will likely slow the unit down. If you're new to an android system as I am, it would be adviseable to print the rather lengthy manual. There's alot to know to use the plethora of features this tablet offers. There are no user guides available yet, as far as I know. Would I buy it all over again? I would say YES but would probably wait to see what the Ipad for 2015 offers, and at what price (not that the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 would be much less expensive).

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Remote Control & General web interface

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    I got this mostly for the big screen, and so I can get my remote control desktops to match on the tablet. It works well for that. I use open VPN for work and the included remote pc account for my home computer. In meetings at work I use the local wireless lan connection. I use the Logitech keyboard. I haven't decided which of several remote desktops is best yet. It seems to be plenty fast. I haven't added memory yet. I use Dolphin browser for flash video web site compatibility.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent quality tablet, very satisfied

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    I had purchased the original Galaxy Tab 10.1 wifi three years ago when it first came out. I did not have any issues with it, except there was no sd card slot. When the Galaxy Tab Pro's were announced, I was intrigued by the screen resolution and the fact there was going to be a 12" version. I wasn't sure if the 12.2" would be too big or not, the 10.1 version I had was perfect for my needs. Once I had the 12.2 in my hands and starting playing with it in the store, I knew it would be going home with me. I opted for the Tab Pro 12.2 instead of the the Note Pro 12.2 because for my needs, I couldn't justify spending an additional $100 for it. I've had the Tab Pro 12.2 for 3 weeks now and am completely satisfied with my purchase. I purchased the Samsung case for it which has been perfect. I'm not one that likes a lot of bulk with my devices. I also got the Zagg screen protector for it and let Best Buy install it for me. $15 for installation is a little steep though. If buying the tablet, case and screen, they should have installed it for free.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome Ipad replacement

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    I upgraded from a 1st generation Ipad to this wonderful tablet. Apple's effort to get me to buy their latest and greatest thru limited IOS updates for old Ipad got me into a much more open os platform, android. I have samsung phones, note 4, and this tablet is fantastic. I ventured into the windows platform via the Lenovo yoga tablet 2 and the tablet lagged a lot and the windows OS lacked in very way what android had. This samsung tablet is a beautiful tablet. It will be used for school, travel and play. I am soon excited to have this new device. My only con is that the battery does not power up fast although the battery life is really good.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    PERFECT!

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    Purchased this just after Christmas. During Christmas I had been shopping at a Best Buy store and abruptly stopped at the table where all the Samsung Tablets & Notebooks were displayed. I immediately was drawn to the Samsung Galaxy Pro Tab 12.2. I had an Apple MacBook Pro laptop and wanted to love it, but I guess I'm just not an Apple fan. I decided to sell the Apple laptop and purchased the Samsung Tablet (also the keyboard!). The screen of the Tablet is just about the same size as the MacBook Pro screen. I was hoping that this Tablet would serve the purpose of the laptop I sold. I have not been disappointed. It absolutely serves the purpose - Email, Internet, Pictures, Games - Edit, Print Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. It's SO portable for taking places and when vacationing. Just love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Device mover over Apple IOS

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    I am an I.T. professional that works with a lot of portable devices and tried and used them all. It just is simply said that the android platform seems to be better suited for those who need to do more pc based apps on their tablet. Not to mention the 12.2' screen is fantastic. I did a side by side of my Galaxy pro to my wifes Ipad with retina display and hands down the Samsung wins.....

    I would recommend this to a friend
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