I don't recall ever seeing a Samsung tablet anyplace but on store shelves; also see Galaxy Tab S vs iPad Air specs comparison (The Inquirer)
"The Tab S slates also look a lot like the Galaxy S5, with a similar plastic frame and faux-leather rear cover. Samsung didn’t say much about the tablet’s internal specs, which is yet another sign that we’ve reached a tipping point in mobile hardware.Samsung upgrades its tablet lineup with the Galaxy Tab S | VentureBeat | Mobile | by Devindra Hardawar
In recent years Samsung has focused more on its Galaxy Note tablets, which sport a stylus that differentiates it from the iPad and other popular tablets. The Galaxy Tab series, meanwhile, has been quietly updated without much celebration. That all changed today.
Now, Samsung is positioning the Galaxy Tab S as its flagship tablet line. At just 6.6 millimeters thick, they’re the thinnest slates Samsung has ever created."