IFAonline.co.uk affiliate title V3 runs through the various strengths and weaknesses of the Korean firm's first business tablet...
Technologists have been talking about us being on the verge of a post-PC world for some time now. But so far most analyst statistics and sales figures show it's only really been Apple, with its popular iPad series, that's had any luck when it comes to getting businesses into tablets.
In 2013, Samsung tried to rectify the situation by unveiling its new Note Pro tablet. Running using a heavily-customised version of Google's latest Android 4.4 KitKat operating system, and featuring a dockable S Pen stylus, the Note Pro 12.2 is the flagship device in Samsung's new enterprise range.
But with an upfront cost of £650 and no official word about when the LTE 4G version of the tablet will arrive in the UK, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2's inherent business perks come with a premium price.
This video and article first appeared on V3, an Incisive Media title.
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