Samsung's latest Galaxy TabPro S was launched officially at CES as a "premium Windows 10 tablet", and it seems that the device will also have the premium mark in the pricing front. As per "All About Samsung", the starting price of Galaxy TabPro S will be at 999 Euro in Germany for the basic Wi-Fi variant that runs on Windows 10 Home. The Windows 10 Pro option will be priced around 1099 Euro, and the LTE variant with Windows 10 Pro can be purchased with 1199 Euro.
That is pretty bizarre pricing, considering the base version of Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 costs around 600 Euro (in fact the new Surface Pro 4 is price starts from 999 Euro). The deciding factor while purchasing this device will depend on the importance of a Super AMOLED display in comparison to the powerful desktop processor (a Core i5 or i7) available in the Surface. SSD is available in both of the devices, so performance won't be affected, but we can say that TabPro S needs to have more competitive pricing. They will also have to compete with the MacBook Air, as Apple's least expensive laptop continues to be a lucrative option owing to its price.
In the end, consumers will finally decide where they want to put their money. So we need to wait and watch how the Galaxy TabPro S will be priced in different markets. It will go on sales in February and it is a nice Windows 10 hybrid for those looking to purchase one.