Samsung Galaxy Note Pro Proves Bigger Isn’t Always Better (from Mashable)

Going Pro, Going Big

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, which starts at $750, is the largest Android tablet the company has made. With a high-res screen and multitasking abilities, it’s meant for both productivity tasks and media consumption, but it ends up being a master of neither.

If there’s a niche in the consumer electronics market, Samsung will fill it, sooner or later.Phabletsfitness bandssmartwatches and nearly every space in between. This approach — largely regarded as the antithesis of Apple’s “one product to rule them all” strategy — has been a big part of what’s made the company’s Galaxy line some of the most popular and recognizable products in all of tech.

Back at CES, the company announced plans to embrace the ever-growing bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement, and in typical Samsung fashion, it’s gone all-in. The company has a grand total of four new tablets aimed at straddling that line between the personal and the professional — prosumer, if you will. The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 marks the high end of the spectrum, with its premium look and feel, S Pen functionality, a suite of business-focused apps and a gorgeous — and enormous — 12-inch display.

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