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No doubt, Apple remains on top of tablet market but Samsung's closeness to the coveted crown does indicate that the Cupertino-based tech giant is feeling the heat. Even till now South Korean giant Samsung hasn't mastered the art of producing finest tablets.
Samsung recently launched its most talked about tablet series - the Galaxy Tab S. The top-end, Galaxy Tab S 10.5 will take on the iPad Air, whereas the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is aimed at the smaller yet powerful iPad Mini Retina.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S not only offers tons of compelling features - including a superb Super AMOLED Screen but it also offers the best tablet computing in your budget.
We can safely assume that the Galaxy Tab S series may not be the best in class, but it is certainly trounced the Apple iPad Air in number unique features. Take a look into sliders to know more about the Galaxy Tab S and its unique software features.
The Galaxy Tab S has the built-in fingerprint scanner. Users can utilize this feature to either unlock the screen or pay bills and other payments by using the Paypal application. Unfortunately, Apple iPad Air doesn't feature the TouchID fingerprint scanner but the future device might support it. Only time will tell.
With the Galaxy Tab S, Samsung has added a bunch of new software features to enhance the overall experience. Samsung has unveiled a new software feature that lets you control your Samsung (only) smartphone from your tablet display. SideSync is the name of new software feature and it works by connecting your tablet to your phone when both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. It also has an ability to receive calls right on your Tab S tablet. This feature will appeal to business executives.
The Tab S features a plethora of productivity features, including Multi-Window, which lets you run two apps on-screen at once in a split-screen view. Naturally, it's a convenient option in our view. With the Tab S, you can browse the internet or watch a movie at once without waiting the other app to close forcefully.
The Kids mode lets you customize playtime and apps with parental controls. When this is enabled, the tablet will allow you to access Kid Mode applications. Now you can handover the tablet to kids without any tension.
The Tab S tablet lets you access your PC remotely. All you need to download remote PC app on your computer and after logging in your Samsung account - users can access their PC remotely.
Samsung GamePad, a wireless gaming controller, can be connected to the Galaxy Tab S or the Galaxy S5. The add-on accessory will turn your Galaxy Tab S into a home console. In fact, it makes the experience less frustrating. The GamePad can be connected to the Tab S via a stable Bluetooth connection.
The device features several indigenous features that are unique to the Galaxy Tab S. Apart from the Kids mode; there are multi-user profiles available, so that family members can use the tablet their own way like the Private mode.