Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 - tablet - Android 8.0 (Oreo) - 64 GB - 10.5"

Mfg.Part: SM-T830NZAAXAR | CDW Part: 5211181 | UNSPSC: 43211509
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  • Tablet
  • Android 8.0 (Oreo)
  • 64 GB
  • 10.5" Super AMOLED (2560 x 1600)
  • USB host
  • microSD slot
  • gray
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 - tablet - Android 8.0 (Oreo) - 64 GB - 10.5"
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  • Tablet
  • Android 8.0 (Oreo)
  • 64 GB
  • 10.5" Super AMOLED (2560 x 1600)
  • USB host
  • microSD slot
  • gray
Explore, work and watch your favorite shows on a clear and stunningly brilliant screen. Transform your Galaxy Tab S4 into the PC experience with the taskbar you're used to with the DeX. Create a PowerPoint presentation and revise budgets in Excel at your favorite café. Then edit, sketch and capture inspiration with the included S Pen. And using far field mics, you can even control your Tab S4 from a distance with Google Assistant.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 - tablet - Android 8.0 (Oreo) - 64 GB - 10.5" is rated5.00 out of5 by3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from UnderratedI've seen too many reviews where people are saying it takes too long for DeX to pop up, the cpu is a year old, among other complaints. I love this tablet. Its one of the best devices I've ever used. I'm well acquainted with tech products and this runs smoothly with no problems to date. I feel like people will complain about an 8700k (that's right, we got one! because its not a 9900k. I use this tablet all day everyday and I am not sure if I will upgrade to the tab S6 when this device begins to die. I feel like buying a new battery would be preferable. The S6 has some marked improvements but it does not seem like such a large improvement besides immense storage capacity, RAM, and a boost in CPU performance. The improvements are nice but it didn't make me feel like I got tricked. I also don't feel like the tab S4 is trying to be a laptop. I personally think its better than a laptop save for the more intensive desktop applications. There are limits to what it can do because of the available applications on the OS. Mobile apps will continue to improve. Even with the limitations such as lack of compatible Adobe desktop apps, as a developer, I found many apps I can use to write code when I'm not using my desktop. There are text editors and even mini IDE's. Once you get used to the DeX layout its not bad at all. I use it everyday without a problem. All this after being spoiled by my desktop and it still does not keep me waiting or frustrate me. My only complaints about this device are that it becomes difficult to see the screen (even at max brightness) in direct sunlight and the speakers could be louder. My S9+ has better sound. Other than that the picture quality is amazing. If I had to choose between high brightness in the few times I hold this in direct sunlight and amazing picture quality I would still pick this. I actually opted to get the Defender series case instead of the keyboard. I prefer durability over practicality in the end, especially when the tablet already has a keyboard on the display. The cameras are actually pretty good. It looks good enough to Skype for chats with family, friends, clients, etc. I love the weight. With the heavy case and the large size of the tablet it makes it impossible for me to forget I'm holding it without making me feel fatigued. It also has great cooling. The only time it gets warm is during heavy gaming and even then it will not get too hot. The performance does not drop due to thermal throttling. Its more likely to drop due to weak internet connection.Overall, I love this tablet very much. I've had this for months and I use it everyday constantly. The battery lasts forever and it charges very fast so I can take a break and come back to a fully charged battery and use it again. I have no idea what the hyper critical reviewers are expecting. Other companies might have better specs but they cost more. Its not like they are the same price but this product has garbage specs. This is more affordable and still has very good performance. It doesn't blow me away but it has not disappointed me either. I was concerned with the 4GB of RAM but it is not an issue at all. Its only an issue when you look at the number and think it should be higher. I would recommend this to anyone wanting something for media consumption and everyday use but not for a desktop experience.
Date published: 2019-08-29T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LOVE ITThe speakers are amazing, there is so much you can do to personalize and customize to your liking. The camera? GREAT. The S pen is my favorite part. I love drawing and taking notes on this!
Date published: 2019-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Stars but I DO NOT recommend!Thankfully, I was chosen to review the Galaxy Tab S4 through The Insiders campaign and overall I think it is an amazing tablet. The OLED screen is incredible and makes whatever is being shown on it vibrant and rich in color. The Dolby Atoms feature that it has also makes watching Netflix on this device an amazing experience. The battery has been able to push me through work while I watch movies and do online school as well as a little gaming when I get home and kickback and relax. I don't however think it is worth the price point that it's at. There are other options out there at this moment that give a full desktop experience and start at less than half of what the Tab S4 goes for. Android tablets are a dying breed unfortunately, and having one at this price would discourage the consumer from getting one. It is a beautiful tablet. Honestly the quality is outstanding, but it can no longer justify the price. Samsung is also horrible at pushing out security and software updates. I have no doubt that soon it will stop getting updates that could potentially secure the consumers data.
Date published: 2018-11-29T00:00:00-05:00