If you needed a sign to confirm the popularity of the Windows 10 operating system then feast your eyes on this…

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Yes, that is a Samsung device running Windows 10. As if it weren’t impressive enough to see Samsung return to the world of Windows tablets, this will be the first Windows device to join Samsung’s Galaxy line of mobile devices.

The Galaxy TabPro S packs a Skylake SoC, specifically an Intel m3 and 4GB of RAM. The internal SSD comes in your choice of 128GB or 256GB capacity and the 12″ AMOLED display sports a resolution of 1440p.

Connectivity options include the obligatory 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS and GNSS and starngely, USB 2.0 ports though an adapter will allow for USB Type A, Type C and HDMI. Mobile connectivity includes 2G, 3G and 4G LTE Category 6. As you might imagine, this is a convertible tablet and the keyboard cover will be available separately along with a Bluetooth pen.

The Galaxy TabPro S will launch next month in white and blue covers. As of this writing prices were not available.