I find this issue off-putting, but otherwise the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2's screen is good. The colours are fairly accurate and well-saturated and brightness is good.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2's processor varies between models. The 4G/3G version uses the Snapdragon 800 chip while the Wi-Fi-only model has the Exynos 5 5420 eight-core CPU.
I bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab 8 (16gb) on sale for $180 and at first was disappointed that I could not move my downloaded Amazon Prime videos to my SD card but thanks to the Marshmallow update that is fixed. Great tablet especially compared to my Amazon Fire 7.
Its screen is also not immediately all that impressive to my eyes. Like the Note 12.2, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 uses a PenTile subpixel array that uses an additional white subpixel to offer greater screen brightness and power efficiency.