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Samsung just launched a rugged Android tablet for those “under extreme working conditions”.
Called the Galaxy Tab Active Pro, the tablet features a rugged exterior, an IP68 water and dust resistance rating and impact protection of up to 1.2 metres.
There are thick bezels and physical buttons too, as well as a 3.5 mm headphone jack and USB-C port for data, Samsung DeX and charging.
You’re also getting a 10-inch display, but beyond that detail, we know very little about internal specs, screen resolution, or battery size.
Still, it does have S Pen support, and there’s also an LTE variant that will cost €679. The stock WiFi only option will set users back €599.
Samsung’s probably hoping that those on oil rigs or in dry docks are reading this article
It’s not something you’re going to buy as a frequent flier or executive, but it does sound like an interesting prospect for those in outdoor industries, like mining or construction.
Hey, if you have a particularly destructive toddler, this might be a worthy purchase, too.
We imagine the Galaxy Active Tab Pro will scratch a few itches for those in a number of industries.
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