The Samsung TabPro could win hearts of Apple users. Photo: Samsung
The Samsung TabPro could win hearts of Apple users. Photo: Samsung

Is this the Samsung tablet that will win over Apple fans?

DEVICES are a bit like alcohol.

You're either a rum drinker or a bourbon drinker. Just like you're either an Apple user or die-hard Android advocate.

But what if there was a Samsung tablet that could win over the hearts of iPad fans?

Back in January that's what the manufacturers were saying… and the 12 inch TabPro with slick magnetic keyboard was the one to do it.

Cnet gave it an overall 8.2/10 with design the top feature.

With two five-megapixel cameras, 6.3mm profile, an Intel Core M chip with 4GB RAM and 256GB of storage makes it an appealing device.

With a $1499 price tag, it's also no cheap device. But if you're in the market for a new laptop, the Windows-based tablet is basically the new, sleek, more convenient version, which makes it a reasonable investment.

Cnet said while it did seem to be the whole package, there were a few flaws such as the tightly-packed keyboard which can feel slightly unnatural to use, and the 'clacky' sound it makes when typing.

But if you're after a tablet that's smaller, a bit less fancy, but still have the capacity to play games, read ebooks, surf the net and the like, then the Samsung Tab3 Lite is the way to go.

And we're giving them away free with our latest subscriptions deal.

Subscribe to our latest digital offer that includes 12 months unlimited access to our digital site and e-newspaper, unlimited access to The Courier Mail+ (The Daily Telegraph+ for NSW), The Washington Post and to three months of TV streaming service Presto - and we'll throw in a free Samsung Tab 3 Lite just for fun. That's $450 of value for only $249.

Now you know why you need one, here's where to get one: Head HERE or phone 1300 361 604 for more information.



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