Pro: Samsung unveiled the TabPro S earlier this year at CES 2016 and one thing immediately stood out about the device — it runs Windows 10 instead of Android. Up until now, Samsung tablets have shipped with some version of Android, but with this new Windows 10 device, it stands to become a contender for the enterprise. Like the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4, the TabPro features a keyboard stand that folds up and can easily be removed. But, unlike the iPad Pro, the keyboard comes with a built-in track pad similar to the Surface Pro 4 – and something else that lands in the pro column, the keyboard is included in the price.
Cons: One downside to the TabPro S is that it’s the first iteration of a Windows 10 tablet from Samsung, so users might want to wait for the next generation in case there are any quirks or glitches that need to be worked out. And it’s not a huge downside, either, because the same can be said for the first versions of the Microsoft Surface hybrids, but Microsoft has only improved the device with each new generation.