(My review for the slightly unusual 32GB variant)
Very affordable product
I would replace my Nexus 10 which was a premium product in many respects but could not find any sense in that segment. The Samsung Tab S2 has a battery pack and the Sonys Z4 is expensive and barely accessible. So I looked at the intermediate segment and read that the new Tab A was really good. The only problem is that it's usually only 16GB in them but I found the 32GB variant reduced to the Elgiganten.
This plate is really nice in every way. It is night and day against last year's Tab A (9.7) in terms of CPU, RAM and above all screen resolution. It may not be the fastest in town if you look at the clock frequency and so, but everything is very well optimized so it feels really rap. Much faster than Tab S as I compared to. In addition, Samsung's interface is now really good and tablet-adapted. Multi window works the gun and Samsung's all illogical features are just a memory.
The plastic case is of good quality and the battery life is unmatched, over 15 hours of screening on a charge is not uncommon.
Since this is actually a product in the middle segment, there are some stuff, no NFC, vibrator, button light, notification LED or fingerprint reader missing. The speakers are also a little clever, both of them also on the same short side (same on iPad and Galaxy Tab S2 iofs). However, it has flash / flashlight, unlike S2.
However, the screen, battery life and rapiness make me highly recommend.
However, try to get the 32GB variant, otherwise you may be confused with memory cards quite quickly.
Update: Got updates to Android 8.1