When we first went hands-on with the Galaxy TabPRO 10.1 at CES 2014, it wasn’t always easy to tell it apart from its immediate neighbors in the Galaxy Note line. Down to the stitched leatherette and chromed-out accents, the new Tabs were doing their utmost to ape the higher-end Notes, making a meaningful comparison much tougher than in generations past – particularly in the bustling atmosphere of the show floor.
Fortunately, Samsung has since graced us with demo copies of both the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4. The latter has been dispatched to the offices of the redoubtable Taylor Martin, while the larger device is destined for our Boston review labs – the first ten-inch Android tablet to go through our review booth since Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z last year.
Before any of that, though, we need to take the new Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 out of its retail packaging. We do so in the video below, taking you for a quick spin around the new tablet and showing you how it measures up, size-wise, to competitors like the Google Nexus 7 and Apple iPad. Join us for the experience, and then leave a comment asking the question you most want answered in our forthcoming Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 review!