Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 / SM-P900 / SM-P905 / SM-P910 / SM-P9000 / SM-P9010 / SM-P9050
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Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2
19 November 2014
Excerpt: Tablets are usually the “betweener” device that slots right between your daily smart phone and the desktop computer. With the new Galaxy NotePro 12.2 , Samsung Malaysia is calling this as a progressive tablet which is designed to take on most of your day to day work in a portable device.
Excerpt: For some reason, Samsung decided business tablets weren’t big enough, so it launched a massive 12.2-inch effort, aiming to overshadow all that has been launched before it. There’s also the Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 variant of the device, but this one comes without the magic S Pen characteristic of the Note...
Pros: The Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 is a superb device taking advantage of the latest software and packing high-end specifications. There’s nothing you can throw at it that the slate can’t handle, and the device bundles some features you won’t find in other tablets, like multi-tasking.
Cons: As we mentioned above, the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 is pretty big, so it can’t be used for a long period of time without putting a strain on your arms or heating up your lap. That’s why, the best advice we can give you is to get a keyboard companion/stand to use with it. The problem is that yo...
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Review: Huge Tablet, Not for the Average User, Great for Multitasking (Video)
31 May 2014
Conclusion: Overall, we give this model a 9 out of 10 for design, a 9 for hardware and a 9 for OS and UI. The final grade is 9 out of 10 and this device is not for you, the average user, but rather for medical professionals, business users, schools and people who want a Surface Tablet, but they also need...
Pros: good display, good audio, above average camera, business apps, stylus, multi window, remote PC, Magazine UX is actually nice, powerful hardware
Cons: big price, heavy in user’s hand, battery life could be better, not for average user, slight lag in multitasking and Asphalt 8
Summary: Turning the Samsung GALAXY Note devices into tablet form is a natural progression – more screen estate to work with the S Pen is always a joy. But now the Samsung GALAXY NotePRO 12.2 arrives, asking a steep price for a professionally-designed desktop replacement. Is it worth the money?
Pros: Slim, light and solid build, Large and gorgeous screen, Good performances, Remote PC functionality
Summary: For quite a while now, tablets have been trying to break out as potential replacements for general computing, but unfortunately not quite succeeding. Samsung hopes to continue the good fight with a slightly different outlook, and by, quite literally, blowing up an already well-received top tier...
Summary: Samsung is bringing its A game with the Galaxy NotePRO, the sophisticated design, the powerful processor, the interactive software, the superb display combined with all of the additional features Samsung threw in make this is an elegant and efficient addition to the Galaxy Family and it’s definitely...
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Cons: Physically large and expected to be expensive.
Conclusion: But then there's the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 in all of its eye-catching splendor. With its gorgeous display and good battery life, the Note Pro 12.2 is just the kind of conversation starter some professionals will want in their bag.
Pros: Sharp, clear display, Reasonably light, given screen size, Good battery life, Outfitted with loads of useful apps for business use, Superior onscreen keyboard, IR remote-control functionality
Cons: Comparatively pricey, Battery is slow to charge, Costly accessories
Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Review: Bigger, But Not Necessarily Better
3 April 2014
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Conclusion: It's far more difficult to recommend one tablet over the other than it is to recommend one phone over the other. With Samsung, the trouble is generally telling one Galaxy Tab apart from the next - even generationally they look very, very similar.