Samsung Delivers a More Graphical Interface with the Galaxy Tab Pro Video
Samsung Delivers a More Graphical Interface with the Galaxy Tab Pro Video Transcript
Hi, everyone. This is Eric Franklin at CES 2014. And today I'm taking a first look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro. It comes in three different sizes that's 12.2-inch, 8.4-inch and a 10.1 inch version. Each tablet features a 2560x1600 resolution screen. But the biggest feature, the biggest new feature is the new magazine UX interface. This is a more graphical interface than we're used to and kinda brings widgets and stuff you're likely to use more to the forefront. Multi-window is supported on each tablet. However the 8.4-inch and 10.1-inch version can only show two concurrent apps, while the 12.2-inch version can show up to four concurrent apps. But for the Galaxy Pro in the first quarter of 2014, there are no prices yet, but stay tune to CNET for more information on the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro. Once again I'm Eric Franklin and this has been the first look of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro at CES 2014.
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