Lenovo's Yoga Book was released last year, featuring a 'Halo' keyboard - combining an active digitizer and touch keyboard. The device has received plenty of media attention, and is available in a $499 Android version or $549 Windows version (with an upcoming Chrome OS option), both with a 10.1" display. Read More
Compared to 7 or 8 inches, 10 may seem like a lot to work with. But you know what? Boom, here's 12. These extra 2 inches come to us courtesy of Samsung. The company unveiled the new Galaxy Pro series at this year's CES, and the devices have gradually percolated to consumers throughout the world since. Today Samsung has shared pricing and availability information for Canada. The Galaxy PRO devices will roll out to various retailers starting now until the end of March.
The largest options, the 12.2-inch Galaxy NotePro and Galaxy TabPRO, go for $769.99 and $669.99 respectively. If those are just plain too big, the TabPRO 10.1 costs $519.99, with the TabPRO 8.4 being the most affordable option at $419.99. Read More
The Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 is two inches larger than your typical beefy tablet, and it's priced to match. The device will soon hit store shelves in the US for a whopping $849.99, over three hundred dollars more than Samsung's own 10-inch Galaxy Note 10.1 2014. Anyone who wants to call dibs on this expensive piece of hardware can do so now at Office Depot. It will become available February 13th.
This comes a few days after the NotePRO became available in the UK for £649, which, contrary to how it looks, is even less affordable. But for your buck, you walk away with a 12.2-inch 2560x1600 display, 3GB of RAM, a 9500mAh battery, and 64GB of internal memory. Read More