So long, Galaxy Tab 3 models, with your middling specs and underwhelming user experiences! We hoped beyond hope that Samsung might give its tablet lineup the shot in the arm it needed in order to stay relevant in 2014, and wouldn’t you know it, that’s just what we saw the company do yesterday in Las Vegas.

That meant both a new Galaxy Note as well as a few new Galaxy Tabs, this time trying on the stylized moniker TabPRO (yeah, we’re spelling it Samsung’s way now; what are you going to do about it?). Samsung’s hitting a good spectrum of sizes with its offerings this time around, though the whole set is skewed a little bit towards the larger end – no seven-inchers here.

We made a couple passes through Samsung’s CES presence in order to get a look at everything, and put together some hands-on videos to show you just what you can expect from the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4, Galaxy TabPRO 10.1, and the bigger-than-ever Galaxy TabPRO 12.2. Check ’em out:

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