Samsung moved reasonably fast with its latest flagship tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. The device has now been made available in stores and online, about a month and a week after it was announced. Announced at the end of July and offered on preorder for the past week or so, the slate gets detailed below.

We’ve already written about it plenty of times, highlighting stuff like the powerful Snapdragon 855 processor or the new way of integrating a stylus at the back. That happens via both magnetism and an open slot. Those who get one such device till September 22nd will receive a Book Cover Keyboard for half off, meaning $90. The tablet itself starts at $649.

That’s the 128 GB storage version and there’s also one with 256 GB, at $730. Available in colors like Mountain Gray, Cloud Blue or Rose Blush, the device packs a 10.6 inch screen with a Super AMOLED panel and 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution. You also get 4 months of YouTube Premium and you’re going to enjoy it via the quad speakers with AKG tuning on board. It’s also the first HDR10+ certified tablet.

Bixby is also part of the package, plus you get a fingerprint scanner embedded into the screen. There’s also a dual back camera, something you don’t see on many tablets, with a 13 MP main cam and a 5 MP ultra wide shooter. The 8 MP cam is discretely hidden and good for Skype calls. This is probably the best iPad Pro killer right now, which you can get for $649 on Amazon.