€819 including keyboard folio cover (PC World/Currys. Specs: 10.5-inch screen, 4GB Ram, 64GB storage If you’re looking for an alternative to iPads or Windows, there aren’t too many options in the work space. The best of what’s around is probably Samsung’s high-end Galaxy Tab S4. As well as boasting decent specs, including an excellent display, it has one trick that no other tablet rival has – a Windows simulation mode. I don’t mean Microsoft’s operating specifically, but a desktop-like alternative operating interface that lets you work on it as you would a laptop, including the use of a mouse (or, if you don’t have a mouse, your S-Pen stylus). This is part of what Samsung calls its DeX system. By and large, it’s really quite decent for those who sometimes feel they need a mouse-and-cursor powered session, especially since it lets you open lots of windows at the same time. You can have 10 different apps open at the same time and resize them anyway you want. Better still, if you have a monitor in your home office or at work, you can use the tablet as the main PC, mirroring the screen onto the larger monitor (and using a… Read full this story
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