REVIEW: Samsung Audio Devices and Galaxy Tab S
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REVIEW: Samsung Audio Devices and Galaxy Tab S

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Samsung Tablet Galaxy Tab S

 

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Priced between $399 and $499, Samsung offers an intriguing viewing experience as it touts the Galaxy Tab S as the thinnest and lightest tablet design ever seen. The high-end price tag doesn’t limit the device’s crystal clear and razor-sharp screen, which allows you HD quality when streaming Netflix or Amazon.

Offering customizable settings, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S features a built-in fingerprint sensor, compatible apps for Multi Window (which allows users to open up two windows at once), SideSync (make and receive calls from tablet), and remote PC access.

A severe con to this device is that the touchscreen response can lag if the user has too many memory-hogging apps open in the background. It is a small hiccup in an otherwise beautiful offering, as the Tab S delivers an unprecedented viewing experience via the WQXGA Super AMOLED display. Watching “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” on Netflix HD shows off all the beautiful hues through the device.

Measuring at just 6.6mm thin and weighing less than one pound, the Galaxy Tab S was designed to be the tablet on the go. Add to that a laundry list of goodies for adults and young children alike and the Galaxy Tab S might be Samsung’s best tablet to date for the “edutainment” lover in us all.


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