The company also makes everything from refrigerators to cameras and has a well-earned reputation for trying just about anything in search of a new niche to exploit. It was largely because of SSNLF and its habit of pushing the envelope that phablets have become so popular.
So it came as no big shock when Samsung announced its biggest tablet yet, a super-sized Android beast that dwarfs Apple’s (AAPL) full-sized iPad Air and flies in the face of the current tablet market where small, less expensive tablets — 8 inches and smaller — are outselling full-sized models.
In this Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 review, I’ll have a close look at the $749.99 behemoth to see if it’s worth the hefty price of admission.
Has Samsung found a new market to exploit in prosumers who feel the current crop of full-sized tablets are too small? There have been rumors that Apple is working on a 12-inch iPad of its own, targeting the enterprise market, so this could be the start of a growing trend.
I’ve had a week to spend with the big new SSNLF flagship tablet, and our Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 review has all the details.