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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 / SM-P900 / SM-P905 / SM-P910 / SM-P9000 / SM-P9010 / SM-P9050
9.2 out of 10

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. Priced at RM2,999, the Galaxy NotePro 12.2 is rather expensive for a typical Android tablet.
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Expert Review

4 November 2014
  • Summary: Introduced this year at the Consumer Electronics Show , the Galaxy Note|Pro (NotePro from here on in) is a giant tablet, designed to meet the needs of the most demanding mobile professional. The specifications are mind-blowing so far as Android tablets go. It features a 12.2″ form factor, with WQXGA Widescreen (18:10 display ratio), running at 2560×1600 pixels (for those playing at home, that’s over four million pixels). Consuming media on this device is amazing.
  • Pros: The battery life is amazing. It lasts for days, Big screen means big keyboard. Easy to type., It’s lickety-split fast!, For taking notes during meetings, it’s amazing.
  • Cons: At 12.2″, it’s a big tablet, and it’s hard to carry around., Capacitive buttons means it doesn’t work well in portrait mode, but it’s too big for such use anyway., It’s easy to activate the home button / capacitive buttons when using the S-Pen, and that’s annoying.
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Overall 7

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro review

25 July 2014
  • Summary: A V8 in a field of ‘hot hatch’ tablets, but with a Formula-One price tag.
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Overall 10

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2

16 June 2014
  • Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 is perhaps the ultimate tablet, adding S Pen support to the TabPro 12.2, for the largest screen of any tablet and one of the most powerful processing capabilities too.
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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 Android.
  • 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
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Overall 7

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note Pro

11 April 2014
  • Excerpt: “Bigger is better.” That’s the mantra smartphone makers have taken to heart over the past few years. The tablet industry, meanwhile, has mostly focused on making pint-size, portable slates like the iPad mini and the Nexus 7. Not anymore.
  • Pros: Stellar battery life — lasts multiple days with heavy use. Beautiful 2,560 x 1,600 WQXGA display is great for watching video or multitasking. MicroSD for additional storage.
  • Cons: Some apps and design features seem more suited to a mouse pointer and PC than a tablet. Hefty price tag. Occasional performance issues.
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Overall 6

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO12.2

9 April 2014
  • 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 a remarkable start to the year.
  • Cons: Physically large and expected to be expensive.
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Overall 7

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Review

28 March 2014
  • Conclusion: Yes, the Note Pro 12.2 is big and expensive. It currently costs about $200 more than the smaller, though otherwise very similar Note 10.1 2014 edition. Are the couple of inches worth paying that much for? You certainly don’t have to if you don’t want to. Samsung offers the Note line in 5.7, 8.0, 10.1, and 12.2-inch screen sizes. And there’s the Galaxy Tab line, also in several sizes, if you don’t need the S Pen.
  • Pros: Good size for S Pen use and multitasking, Reasonably thin and light for size, Bright, high-res screen, Great speakers, MicroSD support, Good battery life
  • Cons: Occasional performance stuttering, Screen isn’t IPS or OLED, $700-$750 price tag is high, Difficult to move around with due to size
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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE (Verizon) Review

28 March 2014
  • 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. But here Samsung opens a new door - this tablet is wholly unique.
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Overall 8

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 64 GB WiFi and 3G

26 March 2014
  • Summary: The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is labeled as a “business” tablet, and that gives it a completely different persona. This tablet may not completely replace your laptop for many tasks, but it does come quite close. The display is very good and comes in a typical Samsung style. There are the gamut of features including the complete S-Pen ecosystem of apps. A bunch of preloaded business centric apps give the tablet some extra productive capabilities than most tablets.
  • Pros: Very good quality screen, Lots of preloaded apps for business users, Quite thin and light, considering its sheer size, Works well for multimedia consumption
  • Cons: Costs a lot of money, Size may be a stumbling block for some users
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