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The video shows unpacking of a Wacom Cintiq Companion 2, a portable tablet for digital artists, designers, and photographers. The device operates using a full version of Windows 8.1, which means it can utilize Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, InDesign and other software packages regularly seen on desktop or laptop configuration. The Cintiq Companion 2 screen measures 13.3 inches working in 2560 x 1440 (2.5k) resolutions. The device comes with a Pro Pen tool that provides both a natural feel and 2048 levels of pressure for a really staggering amount of fines and range.
It includes a new power button and power connection that is not as flimsy as those seen on Companion 1 model. Its embedded speakers are front facing and provide a sound of ample quality, even though they still produce a sound of low intensity.
The tablet comes with three USB 3.0 ports and a variety of express keys that can be customized according to the users requires (6 keys in total). It features an SD card slot, but most importantly, it includes the input display, which means that the tablet can be used as a secondary display to a desktop or a laptop configuration. The video shows the unboxing of the Wacom Cintiq Companion 2 and all that comes inside of the package, including the traveling case and additional accessories.
OS: Android 5.0.2 4G LTE Ready: Yes Processor: 1.9 GHz Quad Core + 1.3 GHz Quad Core (Octa Core setting) RAM: 3 GB Display: 9.7 inch Super AMOLED Screen Resolution: 2048 x 1536 pixels Primary Camera: 8 MP, no LED flash Video recording: QHD, Full HD Secondary Camera: .2.1 MP Weight: 392 gms Thickness: 5.6 mm Battery: 5,870 mAh microSD card storage: 128 GB Internal Memory: 32 GB, user available: 25 GB
The Tab S2 is a considerably high end smartphone tablet powered by an octa core processor and 3 GB of RAM – which is actually a pretty solid performer if you go by the specifications only. I’m therefore playing only High Definition games such as the Modern Combat, Asphalt 8 and Dead Trigger 2 and put the device to test.
The Antutu performance benchmark test for this device gave a score of about 52,000 which is actually very close to flagship devices like the Note 4 and Note Edge. The Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge are at about 67,000 while the S6 edge plus with 1 GB more RAM than the S6 edge has an overall score of 68,000.
The other thing that adds to the overall gaming experience is the screen size and display quality – and the Tab S2 excels in both. It has a massive 9.7 inch high quality HD display with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. To add to all of that, this is a Super AMOLED display – which means extremely colorful and high contrast visuals which makes everything look super vivid and exciting. So basically you have a high end sharp and detailed colorful immersive display screen that takes your gaming level to whole another level.
And the last thing that matters is sound. While you can invest in a really awesome pair of noise cancelling headphones or earphones to immerse yourself, a good device should also have good speakers to even allow someone with no earphones around to enjoy a decent game.
The good thing about the Tab S2 is that it has stereo speakers – so two ports where sound comes out from. But then, another problem is that it is located at the bottom edge and one of the speakers might get covered by your hand while playing a game. As you rotate the device and hold it in landscape mode.
Otherwise, overall, all the games faired pretty well on the Tab S2. No lag –all HD games played extremely smooth and no frames got stuck or anything. The sound output is decent – not the best. But then again, you can always plug in a nice pair of headphones or earphones and notch up your gaming experience.
Comprehensive review of the Galaxy Tab S2 8.0″ and 9.7″ with a comparison to the Tab S and iPad Air 2 and mini 4. This video includes a complete software tour with benchmarks, camera samples, battery testing, and much more.