(Pocket-lint) - There's been a renewed level of interest in tablets given the way the world has changed over the past two years, with Samsung championing its refreshed line-up with a trio of slates: the Galaxy Tab S8, S8+ and S8 Ultra.
Principally the difference between the three comes down a choice in size: the Tab S8 is 11-inches, the S8+ 12.4-inches, the S8 Ultra the biggest of the lot at 14.6-inches.
Interestingly as the screen size increases, so the tablet's thickness slims, given how Samsung can spread the battery load throughout the device's internals. That means the Ultra is a mere 5.5mm, making it super slim, while the ‘entry' S8 sits at a very respectable 6.3mm.
All models feature the option to expand the on-board storage using microSD, but with 128GB and 256GB options (plus a 512GB option in the Ultra only) there's plenty of available space straight out of the box.
The full range of S8 Tab options include Samsung's S Pen stylus in the box, which can magnetically attach. As always it's good to see the stylus inclusion as a set standard, unlike some competitors - if you're more inclined to buy an iPad, for example, then Apple doesn't ship with its pen included.
There's plenty of optional Galaxy accessories available, too, including a Book Cover Keyboard, allowing the tablets to be used in a more laptop-replacement format. Samsung's One UI 4 Tab software is setup to help accommodate such usage.
And if you want a connected option then 5G versions will be available across the whole product line-up.
The Galaxy Tab S8 series' pricing varies considerably depending on what appeals. Here's a summary of costs for different variants ahead of their 25 February arrival: