If you read my post about the Samsung Tab Pro 8.4, you know I was impressed with the Tab Pro 8.4. The Tab S 8.4 improves on an already impressive tablet. As much as I liked the Pro’s screen, the change to a SuperAMOLED screen with the Tab S is a dazzling improvement. The colors jump out at you, and text is super crisp. I have always been a fan of SuperAMOLED screens.
The Tab Pro S is thin, light, fast, well built, and dare I say, elegant. Watching videos, viewing picture albums, web surfing, eBook reading, and every other task I have tried is a joy on this device. Even updating my HanDBase databases is an enhanced experience with the SuperAMOLED screen. Battery life has exceeded the range I need for daily activity. I have not tested “the absolute drain to death” time since I charge all my devices nightly.
You see many reviews which criticize Samsung’s additions to the interface. I respect their opinions, and do use a “pure Android” Nexus as well; however, I like the TouchWiz enhancements. I frequently use Multi-window.
If you are in the market for a premium tablet in the 8 inch screen size space, the Samsung Tab S 8.4 is an excellent choice. I like the WiFi version so much, I may order the 4G version as well when it is released.