Yeah true the S means high end but on this one it really wasn't that high end.
Yes it was a high end tablet. The S tells you that. It was their first in the series.
I have this, and my battery is pretty poor now,and charging it can take ages. It still performs OK and the Apps all update and run. I have seen people buy battery replacement kits and open them up, but Currys will offer £61 trade in, so am tempted to just replace it with a Tab A7 or something.
This wasn't a high end tablet when it came out and half the price of the air.
Would not touch this with a 10ft barge pole. Had plenty of tablets in the house one of these included. Tablets dont last well generally, had samsungs, ipads, hp pro slates and all struggle after 3 years or so. Batteries tend to loose capacity, OS seems to slow as updated, charging problems, worn ports with plenty of screen problems including lcd bleed and flakey connections. It is not worth spending this kind of money on something that is beyond its life expectancy and should be put toward something new with support for a little more. IMO worth about £30 tops.