Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 inch

  • Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 inch
79
Based on 94 scores, 202 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    26
  • Good:
    39
  • Average:
    21
  • Bad:
    8

Pros:

  • S Pen excels on a large screen.
  • Decent performance and power.
  • Strong business/security cred.

Cons:

  • PenTile screen is not super-sharp.
  • Weight reduces flexibility.

Expert reviews and ratings

By techlife.net on 70

The palm rejection works adequately in most instances as well — you can wrest your palm on the screen and write quite naturally, provided the pen tip is kept hovering fairly close to the screen. (Moving the stylus away switches the screen back to touch...

By APC Magazine on 70

But, you do get a bit for your money here. Samsung's new Exynos Octa 5420 CPU delivers eight cores – four Cortex A15s and four A7s for about as much speed as you'll get in a tablet at the moment. It showed up in the benchmarks too with clearly the...

By thunderbaylive.com on

Lisa Gade compares the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablets. Check out our video review of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfpl5V7DMl4 Check out our video review of the Samsung Galaxy Note...

By TechRadar AU on 80

If you're looking for a super-sized tablet your options are fairly limited, yet Samsung offers up two with the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 being joined by the incredibly similar Note Pro 12.2. The latter has the advantage of the S Pen stylus which is...

By techguide.com.au on 90

The 12.2-inch Samsung Galaxy NotePRO isn't for everyone but those who take on the extra size will not feel disappointed.But it's not just extra screen size the customer takes on but the extra price - it costs $1,099.Overall the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO is...

By reviewed.com on

There's certainly a market for a powerful sub-$1,000 tablet that can function as a laptop replacement for business users on the go. After all, it shouldn't be that hard to get e-mail, web browsing, and office functionality into a single device. The Note...

By IT Pro Portal on 80

I admit to having a soft spot for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2. It is fast, responsive, and the screen is superb. But Samsung does itself no favours by leaving out high-end must-have features like HDMI and NFC, and the below par speakers are a...

By Wired on 70

WIREDStellar battery life — lasts multiple days with heavy use. Beautiful 2,560 x 1,600 WQXGA display is great for watching video or multitasking. MicroSD for additional storage.TIREDSome apps and design features seem more suited to a mouse pointer and...

By Know Your Mobile on 60

Breaking it down, there is really not much difference between the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Samsung's existing Galaxy Note 10.1 2014. In terms of functionality they are almost identical, with the main difference simply being the size and the specific...

By booredatwork.com on

Sorry we are late on reviewing this. The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is Samsung 's largest Tablet on the market. The devices offers a 12.2-inch WQXGA Widescreen (16:10) display, offering crystal clear resolution (2560×1600) with more than 4 million pixels,...

By tablet-news.com on

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is the biggest tablet I've ever tested, with a 12.2 inch display and Android on board. This model was announced back in January, released this spring and it comes with a stylus on board. The product is priced at $649 on...

By ausdroid.net on

The Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2 is the Rolls Royce of Android tablets, both in stature, operation, and price.It's not designed to be given to the kids, of the kind you might find for a couple of hundred dollars at Aldi. It's not the tablet you'll just go...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

A select few will swear this is the best tablet on the market. They'll hurriedly explain how it has more powerful hardware; how its software is more versatile; and how the added two inches has helped them ditch their 13-inch notebook. These people -...

By geeksquad.co.uk on

When Samsung released the original Galaxy Note, it pretty much single-handedly created the entire ‘phablet' category. Before the Note came out, we hadn't even realised we wanted a phone that big, but it was a bold move from Samsung that paid off.With the...

By What Mobile on 87

Despite minor flaws and its cumbersome build, the NotePro 12.2 could be the best tablet on the market. Its enormous, sharp display and terrific set of unique features put it head and shoulders above almost all other Android tablets. The only real worry...

By ouritdept.co.uk on 80

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is a tablet device capable of serving many different purposes. Everything the device is capable of, it does with high performance and ease. It is packed with features and specs which contribute to its versatility. The...

By theregister.co.uk on

Granted the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is a bit on the heavy side, but it's not really all that noticeably larger and heavier than your average 10-inch Android slab and the extra screen acreage does make for a more immersive, flexible and enjoyable user...

By technobuffalo.com on 70

The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is representative of Samsung's favored approach, which is to overstuff every imaginable feature into a single device. The Note Pro does it better than most Samsung tablets, but not by much. Frankly, the cost of the Note Pro 12.2...

By Phone Arena on

With the 12” NotePRO, Samsung created a niche productivity-oriented pad, while Sony's slate is exactly what a media and web consumption device should be – an extremely thin and light tablet, with the waterproof certification added for extra...

By Digital Trends on 60

Yes, the Note Pro 12.2 is big and expensive. It currently costs about $200 more than the smaller, though otherwise very similar Note 10.1 2014 edition. Are the couple of inches worth paying that much for? You certainly don't have to if you don't want...