Samsung wants to put out professional-grade tablets to the market and it wants people to buy them. This year, that means kicking out its Android and TouchWiz and moving in full-blown Windows 10.

The Samsung TabPro S steps away from the ATIV and Galaxy Tab brands to launch into what seems to be a very crowded field these CES days: versatile Windows tablets.

A 6.3mm-thick magnesium alloy chassis holds in a 5,200mAh battery, 4GB of RAM, a solid state drive (128GB or 256GB) and an Intel Core M3 processor. Not bad on most counts, but further review is required on our end.

With the Super AMOLED display at 12 inches, the 2,160 x 1,440 resolution comes close to A3 size paper, but there’s no free Bluetooth stylus here — sold separately, as the trade saying goes. But what does come free is quite amazing: a pretty nice keyboard.

Coverage continues later on when we have more details on availability, but for now, just our hands-on.

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