Despite the mediocre response from industry experts, Android tablets are still gaining traction on the consumer market—growing more than 160 percent within the last year. Samsung’s managed to lead the brigade by shipping over 12 millions Galaxy slates during Q4 2013, solidifying the company’s strong presence on the portable device front. Starting the year off strong, Sammy went on to introduce two new tablet models under its Galaxy umbrella during CES 2014, expanding the Note and Tab franchises under the new flagship Pro imprint. So with a new series of Google-operated tablets hitting the scene, which Pro model stands out as Samsung’s elite offering? Take a look as we break down the Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro.