Samsung has been making excellent Android tablets for years, and its recently launched Galaxy Tab S4 continues that tradition. It's a high-end Android tablet that can compete with Apple's 9.7-inch iPad Pro on nearly every level.
The Tab S4 is a stylish, well-made tablet with a metal frame and glossy glass back. It borrows design cues from Samsung's Galaxy S9 phone, though the Tab S4's screen has slightly bigger bezels around it. If you hate fingerprints or simply fear that the glass back is in danger of shattering or scratching, we recommend you check out Samsung's keyboard case.
The keyboard case is sturdy and — with the help of Samsung's DEX software — it turns your tablet into a quasi-laptop. When you dock the tablet in the keyboard, it asks if you want to switch to DEX mode. DEX mode basically turns the normal Android home screen into a laptop-like desktop. You can see files and icons on the screen and interact with apps and the web browser just like you would on a laptop or Chromebook.
Since it is Samsung's own software built on top of Android running on this tablet and not ChromeOS, you don't get quite as robust a laptop experience as you would with a Chromebook. However, DEX works well enough if you're in a pinch and you need your tablet to become a laptop immediately.
Also, for those of you who don't use a laptop for much other than web browsing and writing up documents, DEX will exceed your expectations. The software makes this tablet double as a laptop, but it is a tablet first and foremost.
Samsung sure knows how to make astonishingly beautiful screens. The Tab S4 has a gorgeous 10.5-inch display that supports HDR content. I watched lots of Netflix and Prime Video on the tablet, and I was really impressed by the clarity, color reproduction, and intensity of the brilliant screen. The tablet's 64GB of storage gives you ample space for downloads, and it's expandable with a microSD card.
Every Tab S4 comes with Samsung's new S Pen stylus, which is great for drawing and feels like a real pen. I love to draw on tablets, and I was impressed by the lack of lag on the Tab S4. Palm rejection was a little spotty in some apps, but overall, it's a great tablet for drawing or note taking.
If you have $650 to spend on a high-end Android tablet, you can't do better than the Galaxy Tab S4. However, it is expensive for a tablet these days and if you want to use DEX mode to make it a laptop, too, you will have to pay more for the keyboard cover.
If you want a great tablet that works as a laptop in emergencies, but it. If you want a laptop that can be a tablet sometimes, buy Samsung's Chromebook Pro instead — for $50 less.
Pros: Gorgeous screen, fast processor, S Pen stylus is included, and powerful speakers
Cons: Expensive and the glass back can easily break with rough handling
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