Who buys a $600 tablet? No one really seems to know. It’s a weird mix of people who don’t want to own a laptop, business travelers who voraciously consume email, hardcore artists, and people who just like nice things. That’s the understanding you get looking at the Galaxy Tab S3. It’s a tablet designed to be all things to all people, and for the most part it delivers.
It has one of the best screens I’ve ever seen on a consumer-level mobile device, period. The stylus is slim and a genuine pleasure to use. Battery life is sufficient that when I roll over, pick it up, and fire up a movie, I don’t have to go find a charger.
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