Putting Samsung’s new Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 up against some of its competition from other manufacturers (not to mention other platforms) let us get a quick sense of how it fits into the greater tablet landscape, but what about existing Samsung tablets? How does this new batch compare to devices Samsung’s brought to market over the past several months?

The last big Samsung tablet to ship was this year’s edition of the Galaxy Note 10.1, arriving back in October, and with 3GB of RAM, an Exynos of its own, and another high-res 2560 x 1600 display, it sure sounds capable of giving these new tablets a run for their money.

Sure, we have the new TabPRO 10.1, but since we’re talking Notes here, we decided to put the Note 10.1 up against the NotePRO 12.2, instead. Which will we prefer? Will they really feel like they’re cut from the same cloth? Watch to find out:

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