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Samsung - Galaxy Tab S4 - 10.5" - 64GB - Black

Model: SM-T830NZKAXARSKU: 6267302

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 797 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    This Galaxy Tab S4 Is An Above Average Tablet

    Posted
    scovartwo
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    This is a really well made and good looking tablet, Samsung’s decision to do away with the physical home button on the front was a good idea, as this tablet looks better than most because of having the smaller and equally sized bevels on all sides. The Iris scanner unlocks the tablet very quickly once the eyeballs are in proper view of the camera. The Iris scanner even works in the dark, as there is an infrared light that is on the front of the tablet which emits infrared light that illuminates the face area when the scan is in progress. The infrared light that is emitted, is in the spectrum of light that is not visible to the human eye. I tested the iris scanning process while I had my night vision security camera pointing at myself, and when I viewed the video, I was surprised how much infrared light was actually emitted towards my face during the iris scanning process. The glass back on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is not really my favorite material for the back surface, as glass does not really seem to have any advantage over a more durable aluminum panel for the back of a tablet. I cannot imagine a scenario where dropping the tablet would not result in cracking the back glass panel, with that said, it is made of Gorilla Glass, but if you buy this tablet, it would probably be best to also purchase a shock absorption case. I have seen a YouTube review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 which claimed that the included Samsung S-Pen felt a bit light and not premium, I do not agree with that statement. I found the S-Pen to be quite perfect in length and weight, and the newly designed thinner pointier tip slides over the screen smoother, since there is less friction from a bulkier tip. Also, this Samsung S-Pen does not require any batteries, so I am guessing this is part of the reason it weighs less compared to other digitizers which require batteries. The power and volume buttons all have a quality feeling clicking mechanism, which is to be expected on a premium smart device. Using the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is quite fun compared to the smaller screen on an Android Smartphone, I actually found myself looking forward to using this tablet, and this is not nearly as common with my equally priced Smartphone. The only thing which might make using this Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 less desirable compared to a Smartphone, is if the tablet had to be held in the hand while using it. I found that holding the tablet while using it can be a hassle, as the tablet does have a bit of weight to it, and having a nice tablet stand to hold it while it is in use, is suggested. With my review I included pictures of the tablet stand that I made, it is a glued together assembly of poplar wood pieces which rests on the arms of my recliner, and it holds the weight of the tablet while I am sitting down using it, and this allows the tablet to be used for longer periods of time without the unpleasantness of having to hold the tablet in the hand. A suggestion I have for Samsung, which would make a better tablet owning experience, is to design a better charger, as the included charger is the same style of Samsung charger that is included with every Samsung Smartphone. I am sure that the included Samsung charger has upgraded internal components allowing for the quick charging using the included USB C cable, but the charger appears a bit plain, and it does not really match the premium feel of the tablet. The included Samsung charger is sufficient, but the tablet owning experience would be improved if Samsung added a more premium charger. Overall this is one of the best tablets available at this point in the Smart technology realm, I am rating this Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 at 4.5 out of 5 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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      Samsung

      Hello Scovartwo, thank you for taking time out of your day to leave us this positive feedback. Thank you for the suggestion, I will make sure to pass this along. We appreciate you being part of the Samsung family. ^Michelle Samsung

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Tab S4 brings android tablets off of life support

    Posted
    sundevilchemist
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    [SHORT] The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the tablet that shouts "I GOT THIS". A formidable laptop replacement that Samsung forgot to include a keyboard and not as an extra cost option. Pros: -Build quality -All glass looks super high end -Expandable memory -A screen that you don't want to look away from -fast charging and long'ish batter life -great competitor to the ipad pro -especially designed for business users but easily made for gamers, media viewing, and selfies -cameras look great and fast (has a led flash in back like the older tab s model) -everything feels fast Cons: -Glass back makes this very fragile -seems a little heavier in the hand than the 2018 ipad -doesn't seem as bright as the 2018 ipad or current ipad pro 10.5" -most android apps still not optimized -Samsung doesn't include the latest cpu like apple does (SD835 = 2017) -some bloatware that includes Microsoft Suite -No keyboard included standard, how are you supposed to be a laptop replacement [LONG STORY] My experience with android os based tablets is they get old fast. Meaning they tend to slow down and stop receiving OS updates. The iOS counterpart even after a couple of years keep their speed and continue to receive OS updates. Will Samsung break the tradition and support this tablet after a year or two? Let us hope so because this tablet is the nicest tablet anyone has brought to market. Once I opened the box, I didn't want to put the tablet down. Everything I've watched on this tablet looks amazing. Other android tablets and the ipad tablets cannot match the screen on this thing. But one thing that scared me a little bit during setup, the lower half of the screen had some strange anomaly. Almost like gravity was pulling on the contents of the screen pulling it to the right side. I factory reset and it went away thankfully. I wish samsung included a screen protector on it from the factory. I would hate to scratch the screen on such a nice unit. Fingerprints I can wipe off. Yes, this tablet is a fingerprint magnet. Get prepared to wipe the rear glass a lot unless you slap on a skin or something. Samsung didn't include a keyboard so I couldn't use the DEX feature Samsung advertises on the box. WIFI signal was great throughout my house and speedy. It comes with a wall charger (model EP-TA20JWE ), S pen with replacement tips, and charging cable. Would of been a 5 star review had it came with keyboard to experience the DEX feature.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Tablet, some minor quibbles

    Posted
    zboot
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    The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is a 10.5" android tablet. I was really excited to play with this. I'm a Galaxy Note user so having a pen is almost a required part of my android experience now. My last android tablet was an 8.4" tablet with great battery life. The 10.5" screen and lightweight build makes this a pretty compelling device and if the battery life is comparable to my last tablet, would be a strong weekend contender. Tablet setup is pretty simple, your usual android fare. The screen really is nice, with great viewability and brightness. The pen writes very well on the screen. I'm pretty pleased with the size and writing texture thought it would be nice if there was some way (magnetically perhaps) to dock the pen with the tablet. The screen size is great, so great that it needs a higher resolution or higher DPI setting. I've been looking for a way to bump this up, but so far to no avail. The front and rear cameras are decent quality. I'm used to cameras on tablets being substandard so it's great to have decent shooters here. Security is pretty much everything available on the phones, minus a fingerprint sensor. I use the iris unlock which works quickly and flawlessly. The pen has the same behavior as the previous generation S Pen (doesn't have the features of the new Note 9). It works well, and I had no complaints. I'd like to write more dense notes, so not having the ability to reduce the stroke width or screen DPI. I found that I ended up using the pen to navigate the UI more than my fingers with this tablet. I think it has to do with the size. It's definitely bordering on something that requires a knob on the back or keyboard dock to hold and use comfortably. Unfortunately, the weight necessary to hold something this large one-handed comfortably for hours at a time is pretty low. Performance wise, I found the tablet very responsive and snappy. Over wifi, it maintained a good connection to my access point, regardless of where I was in the house. It is not pocketable like my 8.4" tablet, but I think I was happy carrying it around as I moved place to place - the only downside being having to remember to grab the pen as I've previously mentioned. Battery life is pretty good given the size. I only hit about 10 hours of use throughout the day after my first charge which is quite impressive given the device/screen size, thickness, and weight. A cool feature of this tablet, which I've not yet tested, is having Samsung Dex built-in. This is a desktop environment that makes the tablet more chromebook-like. The keyboard dock accessory is looking more and more enticing, so I may get to try out the Dex experience soon.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Samsung

      Hello Zboot, thank you for taking time out of your day to leave us this positive feedback. We appreciate you being part of the Samsung family. ^Michelle Samsung

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A tablet that does so much more than just run apps

    Posted
    NBCTeach05
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    The recently launched Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 has the following features: Snapdragon 835, 4GB RAM. It starts with 64 GB of storage, but you can add more with an expandable microSD. The 10.5-inch AMOLED display has a superb resolution (more pixels) and a small, thin bezel, thus eliminating the Home button. It is rich in sound quality thanks to the Dolby Atmos surround sound with quad stereo speakers. It has a really long battery, 7300mAh, giving it about 16 hours of video playback. You get a rapid charger (with USB-C) with the Tab S4, and out of the box, it only takes about 2 hours to fully charge up. It comes with additional stylus tips and a pair of tweezers to change out a new tip. The S-pen is also included and it is awesome with its laser precision, allowing you to navigate the tablet with air command functionality. Even better, it doesn’t need specially sized batteries like the stylus for my laptop. I have a Samsung Note 4 phone so I was able to apply my knowledge of air command to the tablet. I LOVE the screen off memo feature and text translation with the pen. There is an iris scanner for security when logging in, but I found it awkward to have my face directly in front. It wasn’t easy to angle the tablet so it didn’t consistently work every time I turned it on. The tablet was easy set up. As I have an Android phone, all my apps and information synched up super quick. As a non-Apple user, I found I really liked the familiarity I had with the Android system. The built in DeX functionality is software feature to convert the tablet into a desktop interface for productivity with multiple windows and Windows shortcuts. You can connect it to a keyboard or a Bluetooth mouse and project on a separate monitor or mirror. On the downside, in order to edit and save work in Word, PowerPoint, etc, you need to log in with an Office 365 subscription. I ended up purchasing Samsung’s Book Cover Keyboard in order to utilize the DeX mode as well as to have a place to secure the stylus and protect the tablet as it has a glass back. At this time, if you purchase the two items together there is a 50% savings on the Book Cover keyboard that I encourage you to take advantage of. In order to maximize the productivity features that the Tab S4 offers, and so that it isn’t used simply to run apps or watch videos, a keyboard is a necessity. While I really like the Tab S4 and plan to use it with so much that I do, my rating of the Samsung Tab S4 is directly a result of this necessary additional purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Samsung

      Hello NBCTeach05, thank you for taking time out of your busy day to leave feedback on this tablet. ^Michelle Samsung

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Take back what I said about the iPad...for now

    Posted
    MadSquabbles
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    Got me an iPad Pro a few months ago because I got sick of having to buy a new dang Android tablet every two years just to have the most recent Android version. If it weren't for the guys on XDA doing stuff for free that MULTIBILLION $$ can't do I'd have given up on Android a while back. So with the iPad I though I had the best "Google" tablet with Chrome and all the essential Google data farming programs I use. I was wrong. I could't not having a back button and having to go to the top left to go back. No WebM support. All the browsers felt like some kind of version of safari, even Firefox. On Android the browsers are a dumbed down version of the desktop versions. On Apple they're dumbed even further down. So, back to this tablet. Big screen, fast processors, nice speakers, almost iPad like standby (which stinks big time since Oreo update on my s2. You have to kill wifi on standby or it drains quickly), and a nice pen. Scrolling is responsive as most my other Android tablets have been - until a year or so afterwards. Rooting is easy as can be with an unlocked bootloader and AshyX (whom I've donated for every tablet he's tweaked TWRP for that I own). Samsung has included quite a few extras that almost make rooting not worth it, but with Magisk you can hide root and still enjoy some of Sammy's extras. The routine are very good but not Tasker good. They can set up simple "macros" based on time, place, wifi, etc. Tasker just takes it a few steps further but requires root. As usual AMOLED screen is gorgeous. There are some LCD screens that look nice, but none look as good as an AMOLED. I really should have gotten this on release date not have wasted the money on the iPad Pro and Pencil. I'm an android guy and I just can't give up some of my freedom - at the cost of my privacy (and I hate that trade-off). I'm pretty sure in two years I'm gonna be whining about how slow and choppy this is, and that I'm not getting updates any more because that's how Samsung operates. Great hardware poor as heck support.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Mostly a great update, Loss of fingerprint is :-(

    Posted
    RobWLINY2
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    As far as the upgrade path of Samsung Galaxy Tab S series, in many ways this is a wortwhile upgrade. The screen is much nicer than my Tab S2/S3 perhaps due to removal of physical home button. The tablet seems responsive (quick). I was a tad bit upset (minus one star) when one of my important apps which uses a fingerprint reader (it was restored from backup on tablet startup) seemed to crash every time it got to the login screen -- my best guess is that this was where the fingerprint sign in prompt used to be and this tablet is missing that feature it appears. On a strong positive, I tested out the DeX mode (desktop like mode) and loved the experience on a tablet, it feels like you're working a laptop but with access to existing tablet apps. On a slight negative note though, with DeX you may want (and in my experience, in general i like to have) a keyboard case, and since that is not included, at the time of writing i had to choose between one Best Buy carries from the manufacturer (not in current budget) or a generic one which would ship from overseas and require waiting a month (I haven't done either) -- I won't deduct another star for this though, because this is a new tablet and more options should be available eventually. The facial recognition does seem to work fairly well either in potrait or landscape (too often i block scanner in landscape with left hand). The Daily Board seems to be a cool feature which i have to explore more, it can be used when the tablet is charging and seems to display either gallery images (in motion) or time/day/weather. Oh, one more negative in my opinion: There is no obvious place to store the pen, it doesn't attach anywhere obvious, and maybe it's supposed to be a function of the case, but as-is the pen is nice but WILL get lost or go unused without a place to carry it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Android Tablet

    Posted
    Beuge
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    First, walking around the device you find a metal frame with Gorilla glass front and back. On the sides you'll find 4 speakers, USB-C, a headphone jack (Yay!), and a tray for expandable storage. All of that said, the device looks beautiful and feels solid, if just a little heavy. On the down side, I've never been a fan of glass backs, and this one causes the device collect fingerprints like they're going out of style and to feel just a bit slippery. Both good reasons to invest in a folio. Next, turn the device on and you are greeted by an absolutely gorgeous display. The 2560 x 1600 AMOLED display is bright, vibrant, and crisp. Audio was initially a bit underwhelming; plenty of volume, but a bit flat. However, I did find that if you enable the Dolby Atmos option (off by default), the sound greatly improves. Performance has been snappy: Apps load quickly and perform well. Battery life has been more than sufficient. And the S Pen is amazing as always. Though, there is no place to internally dock the pen. A bit surprising as Samsung can seem to find a way to make this work on the much smaller Note series. Why not on a larger tablet? OS is Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. While Oreo is not the latest version of Android available, it is a mature OS and an overall good, stable choice. The typical Samsung skinning and bloat are present (Knox, Samsung Kids, SmartThings, and MS Office...which is useless, BTW, without a 365 subscription). But because this is Android, you can really install anything you want: Don't like the Samsung launcher, calendar or keyboard? You can install any of the good 3rd party options available from the Play Store. The much touted keyboard is not included. That said, I did poke around just a bit in the new DeX software. I could see where the more desktop-like experience with a task bar and sizable windows could be useful. But without a physical keyboard and mouse, the experience is a bit hobbled.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Jack of All Trades, Master of None

    Posted
    TechGuy
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    Pros: - S Pen comes included (which works really well compared to other stylus) - Expandable storage with micro-SD card - Uses USB-C to charge, no proprietary charging cable needed - Fast charge time - Great battery life - Facial recognition and iris scanner technology to unlock tablet (Works with glasses too) - Great for watching videos and movies - Great for light office work (emails, presentations, documents) - Thinner bezels than the Tab S3 - Premium, glass build. Feels solid in your hands - 3.5mm headphone jack included Cons: - Book keyboard cover is not included which you will want if you plan on using this for work or school (also recommend getting a mouse) - As with all Samsung products, there is some bloatware (Samsung apps that you cannot remove) - Feels kind of heavy for its size. - Thicker than the Tab S3 - Samsung Dex apps still lack behind Apple iOS apps. Dex overall is still in its infancy. It is a little clunky at times. Dex is the software that Samsung has created and targeted to productivity users. It makes the tablet look more like a traditional PC with a desktop-feel with a taskbar, windows, icon tiles, etc. - No fingerprint scanner - Not water resistant Note: There is no physical home or back button on the tablet, could be a pro or con depending on use preference I don't think this is a huge leap from the previous generation, but this is a solid upgrade if have a tablet that is 2+ years old and you are looking to upgrade to an Android model that can do a little bit of everything.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very satisfied with this tablet.

    Posted
    JohnIII
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    So many so called professional reviews say this tablet isn't for productivity, gets very little done, it isn't for work, etc. I don't know what work they are referring to, perhaps since they are professional writers they should provide better context in their product bashing. Unlike many tablet consumers I do not use my tablet for media consumption and web browsing only. I use it for stock trading, and as a professional in IT, I also use it for work. Citrix workspace or Cisco anyconnect makes it easy to connect to my employers network where I have access to all of the tools I need such as MS Outlook, putty, all of our intranet sites, etc. Attached is a pic of me connected to my work network and using putty to login to one of my servers and restarting WebSphere. Samsung DeX makes it easy to switch between windows when I'm connected to our network, and no, you do not need Samsung's expensive keyboard for DeX, I use my old Tab S2 keyboard so I can use the touchpad. I am very pleased with this tablet.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A real improvement over previous versions

    Posted
    QuilltheArcher
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    The Tab S4 is the first android tablet that has features and power to be used for serous work, along with awesome clarity on the screen even for HD streaming. The sound is excellent for speakers included, but you will want some type of headphones. It finally frees me from taking my laptop everywhere I go. I would have rated it 5 stars except for he lack of good covers. The buyer should be aware there will be a learning curve due to new and more advanced features. PRO: processing power Low cost expandable memory Runs Microsoft and Google apps with no noticable difference from my laptop. Long battery life and power saving options. Excellent graphics Editing of photos can be done without transferring them to a more powerful machine. DX mode is excellent for productivity. Comes with a pen in the box. Look good in tablet or DX modes. I have not experienced the problems others have reported. Con: No cover or pen holder comes with the machine. Keyboard powered by the tablet (Samsung OEM) OEM cover and keyboard cover are cheaply made. Cost

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun and versatile

    Posted
    jwag
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    I previously had the Samsung Tab 2. I LOVED it! But it is no more, and I replaced it with the Tab 4. The Tab 4 is a nice versatile tablet. I use mine as a mini laptop while traveling, and as a platform for games and movies while home. It fills these functions beautifully. I do not like that when "dex' is turned on, that the 'autorotate' is turned off. The owners manual is not as detailed as well- they do not explain what various things actually do and impact. The stylus which comes with it is a very nice bonus. But as a left handed person, I can say that the stylus must be placed more to the left than where you actually want it to be. This might not be an issue for a right handed person. This is a fun versatile tablet. It can fill any number of roles and definitely cut down on the number of electronics you travel with.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great device

    Posted
    Chris
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    I purchased the Samsung tablet to fully move over to android from Apple. I already have the S9 which works well. The tablet does everything and more the S9 can do and the screen is great. Its fast and as reliable as any other android device, i am running some emulation software no problem and it performs well. If I was to ask for one change it would be a finger print scanner on the front. However there is one thing that I have found annoying... The tablet seems to lose wifi connectivity a lot. This is particularly troublesome at home where i have ATT internet. All other products I have connect fine and there are other Ipads etc all work correctly to this wifi. I have tried the various troubleshooting guides but to no avail. I bought this as an Open Box item as I was going for a lower model. Now a little concerned that I should've gone for an original.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Best Android Tablet

    Posted
    LikeStuff
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    Have been looking for an upgrade to my Pixel C tablet, and this was the best Android tablet I've found. Speedy processor and beautiful high resolution screen. USB-C is a plus, faster charging and uses same cable as my cell phone and being Samsung, this also has an expandable SD slot and also comes with a S pen. Haven't had a chance to look into DeX, but looks like a nice feature to turn this into a laptop. I knocked off a star for two reasons. Main negative is that it's not stock Android which means some extra bloatware from Samsung and a longer wait for updates. Samsung also has the new Tab S5e, which is thinner and a smaller bezel than the Tab S4, albeit with a mid range processor.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very Good but Touch Response Often Unpredictable

    Posted
    HonestJohn
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    The display is excellent and the size is perfect for most uses. Two idiosyncrasies are annoying: First, the screen sometimes does not respond to finger taps. Can't find a pattern, but it's annoying. Response with the included pen is, however, nearly perfect once you get the hang of it. Second, if you are using the screen in the landscape position and put it down flat (e. g., on a table) the screen goes dark (but no data is lost). It does not do this in the portrait mode. No idea why. Still, I'd buy it again for its speed and display. If you have a recent Android phone, this will feel comfortably familiar.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Some irritating issues

    Posted
    Laevans
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    The screen touch sensitivity is all over the map. There are times when I really have to bang on the screen with my finger and then there are times when I don't even have to touch the icon but just get near it and things start opening. One example: while filling out this form I am to hit a button to either recommend to a friend or not. I had to hit the button four times before it finally highlighted. Other than these irritating issues it seems to be a good tablet. The only reason I bought it is because the battery in my S2 wouldn't hold a charge anymore

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good but WAY OVERPRICED

    Posted
    Bobgraphics
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    This tablet is very similar to the TAB S3. The "noticeable" improvements are slightly larger screen, attachable keyboard (not included), Samsung's "DeX UI overlay which mimics a Windows style UI and facial recognition, which sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. I wanted a second tablet, and I would have bought another TAB S3, but there was a sale on the S4 which came out to the same price as an S3. I own both, and functionally, there is no noticeable difference. I would recommend buying whichever model has the lower price.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Tablet that costs.

    Posted
    Bryan
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    Not many premium Android tablets out there these days. This one is very premium. Awesome display, fast, Dex mode is interesting. No complaints about the experience itself. Only negative is the price point. Starting to creep up on Windows 10 tablet prices which being an Android tablet will not be able to be equal in the productivity Department. It's nice that the pen is included. Overall if you're looking for a premium Android machine to do light work but excel in media consumption this is one of the best.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Glad I picked it up.

    Posted
    Gary
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    In general I love Samsung products. They deliver good quality electronics. The tablet runs quick and smooth. Has good response to touch and the pen is very nice and easy to learn to use. Of course the display is excellent for movies and apps. The size is nice but sometimes I miss my older 12" Samsung Pro Tab. One essential addon is a good case or cover because it is very slick. Taking off 1 star because Samsung hasn't shown they will update the devices very often.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

    Posted
    Firechick537
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    I upgraded from an S2 and I am in love. The battery lasts a while and the quality of the resolution is gorgeous. The only issue I have is when paired with the keyboard, when the keyboard come apart or attaches to the tablet the screen logs out and turns off. It might just be a setting im missing somewhere but I havent been able to find it. Overall this is a great device and works very well for our business.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice and quick tablet

    Posted
    Lanevo78
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    I needed a new tablet so after looking around this one had the best specs for what I needed. I like the s pen, it feels normal to hold. I like everything about this one. I did not buy the keyboard case. My friend has it and I found it to be clunky and a pain to hold. Plus it's just to expensive. The downside to this tablet is its price. I got a great deal and that was the final vote to buy it.

    I would recommend this to a friend