The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is one of the slimmest and lightest 2-in-1s on the market. While this is great for portability, it can prove problematic for forgetful mobile workers who have a hard time keeping track of their things. (You know who you are.) Luckily, Samsung has equipped the TabPro S with Samsung Flow; a mobile app that equips your laptop with a remote fingerprint reader. I’m Chris Jager from Lifehacker, and this is the Roadtrip Challenge.
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Last week I flew around the country to visit some of Australia’s most interesting tech hubs and startups while simultaneously running Lifehacker -- using only Samsung’s new 2-in-1 laptop. Naturally, that meant I also spent each night posted up in various hotel rooms with not a whole lot to do. Time to check out those entertainment features! I’m Chris Jager from Lifehacker, and this is the Roadtrip Challenge.
I'm 30,000 feet in the air -- headed to the headquarters of Xero and Slack in Melbourne. This is a perfect opportunity to test out the Samsung TabPro S’s productivity chops while travelling in the confines of public transport. I’m Chris Jager from Lifehacker, and this is the Roadtrip Challenge.
One of the Galaxy TabPro S's main claims to fame is its "full size" detachable keyboard which connects to the tablet’s base via a range of magnetic clips. However, with the keyboard measuring a scant 12-inches across, I initially had reservation about the size of each key. Would the reduced surface area cause my fingers to continually slip up? I’m Chris Jager from Lifehacker, and this is the Roadtrip Challenge.
2-in-1 laptops are supposed to provide the best of both worlds. The ability to change into a tablet offers a level of flexibility that standalone laptops can’t match -- especially if you're frequently on the road. Last week, I put this concept to the test by travelling to Melbourne, Brisbane and then back to Sydney armed with nothing but Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S. Along the way, I visited interesting Aussie tech hubs and startups to see how they work. I'm Chris Jager from Lifehacker, and this is the Roadtrip Challenge.