Samsung Galaxy TabPro 8.4 makes tiny tabs business-friendly
15 April 2014
Conclusion: In a world of cheapo-tabs a US$550 slate has to go some way to convince gadgeteers that it’s worth the extra spend. On paper the TabPro is just about there – it’s got an amazingly sharp screen, is stuffed full of classy components, genuinely useful apps and wins over media hoarders with its microSD storage.
Summary: This is another size that gives the same splendid experience that the rest of the Galaxy TabPRO and NotePRO tablets deliver. This tablet has a strong processor, a radiant display and an interactive software just as a start and it’s compact size is definitely a plus.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Review: A Pro We Can Get Behind
9 April 2014
Excerpt: Full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4! When Samsung released their gigantic Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, we knew it was destined to become a niche device. Its relatively high price tag and unwieldy size meant relegated it to a more specialist role for people looking for a high productivity tablet. Today we’re going to be reviewing another tablet ...
Summary: Competitive? Samsung's newest 8-inch tablet features many upgrades: A high-speed SoC, more working memory, four times the screen resolution, and the latest operating system in the 4.4 version. Has the major corporation done everything right, or does something come up short due to the multiple changes.
Pros: Screen resolution, Screen brightness, High performance, Battery runtime, Temperature development, Expandable storage, We like the overall concept of the 8.4 inch tablet because it features the latest hardware, and barely leaves room for criticism.
Cons: Flash memory could be faster, No major drawbacks are found in the Tab Pro 8.4. Thus, this part is left empty.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Initial Review: Beautiful Display, Fast Performance
31 March 2014
Excerpt: Samsung’s newest Tab may just have what it takes to go the distance A few weeks ago Samsung officially launched the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and the Tab Pro 8.4 to the Philippine market. While their more expensive Note Pro 12.2 had a fairly niche demographic (no matter how hard the company tries to say otherwise) the Tab Pro 8.4 ...
Summary: By adding the PRO moniker to its latest line of tablets, Samsung was making it clear that uncompromising performance is what defines its latest series. The smallest of the bunch may quite easily be the best mid-sized, but not mid-range, tablet currently available. Here’s our in-depth review of the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 ! Related: Best Samsing Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Cases Pros Cons When it comes to design, the TabPRO 8.4 looks a lot like a blown up Galaxy Note 3.
Summary: The $399 Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4-inch tablet is on a par with what you'd pay for the Apple iPad mini with Retina display and is only $20 more than the cost of the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch . For the money, you get a very crisp and colorful display and access to professional grade apps for getting real work done. We wish Samsung had thrown in a stylus for this Android-powered tablet, however, and the battery life is disappointingly short compared to the competition.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 review: The Professional
10 February 2014
Conclusion: It's really easy to recommend the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (outside the part where you actually have to pronounce its name). This slate easily has the best screen, the top-performing hardware, the best software package, and, if you must ask, the best camera in its class. If you want a mid-sized tablet for both multimedia and work, Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is certainly one of the best choices out there.
Pros: Optional 3G/LTE modem with quad-band GSM, tri-band HSPA and hexa-band LTE-A connectivity, 8.4" 16M-color Super Clear PLS capacitive touchscreen of 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution, Quad-core Krait 400 processor at 2.3GHz, Adreno 330 GPU; Snapdragon 800 chipset, 2GB of RAM, Android OS v4.4 KitKat with TouchWiz UI, One of a kind split-screen multitasking and pop-up mini apps, 16/32 GB of built-in memory, 8 MP autofocus camera, 3264x2448 pixels, geo-tagging, 1080p video reco...
Cons: Expensive, No NFC, Relatively poor audio and video codec support (no DivX and AC3 audio)