That strategy revolves around giving the Tab S4 a desktop-style environment with individual windows and improved multitasking called Samsung DeX.
Pricing for the Wi-Fi version of the Tab S4 starts at $649, which includes the S Pen.
Aesthetically, the Galaxy Tab S4 is a good example of straightforward industrial design for a tablet.
It has a glass back and front, comes in white or black, and is well-balanced, no matter how you pick it up.
(Yes, Samsung rebrands the tech its displays use.)
However, the keys are incredibly small, and despite having young, nimble fingers, I often struggled to hit the backspace key quickly or get used to the even smallernumber row.