Updated on:Nov 30, 2015
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Note, the new way
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a smart tablet from Samsung offering great multimedia experience on the go. It is a good learning hub and very useful to students as well. The S stylus pen helps perform detailed tasks with ease. The graphics supports many brilliant games for game lovers. The multi-window option helps user to do multiple tasks at the same time. It is priced little above the average tablets but sounds like a worthy device to buy because of its high end configuration.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a tablet like no other but instead of making a big splash it`s busy making up for lost time. With its launch pushed back shortly after the unveiling, Samsung`s top-of-the-line tablet returns to a market that isn`t what it used to be. Voice call support, memory expansion and the brilliant S Pen seemed like the right cards to play against the new iPad but it was soon clear that Acer and Asus were a threat that Samsun...
Verdict: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is perhaps the most powerful of slates. It has RAM that no tablet can match and multi-tasking capabilities better than anything we`ve seen so far. Heavy browsing and memory-intensive apps, which are key to the tablet expe...
In light of the recent ban on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and its ongoing litigation with Apple, it'd be hard to imagine that Samsung hasn't thought twice about its tablet strategy. Continually pushing out a revamped iteration of the flop before it (see: Galaxy Tab 2 10.1) has proven to be as ineffective as it is effortless, a sign of the times that just may have given birth to Samsung's latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 10.1. It marks a shift from...
Pros: The Galaxy Note 10.1 is mostly fast and fluid, a testament to its top-notch processor and 2GB of onboard RAM. It's also handsome and well-designed, taking cues from the GS3. Samsung's S Pen has evolved into a sophisticated tool with exciting potential.
Cons: That said, the Note 10.1 feels like it may snap in half at any given moment, and its certainly one of the least-sturdy tablets on the market today. The 1200x800 display is a joke compared to its competitors, and really distracts if you're familiar with ni
Verdict: The Galaxy Note 10.1 is unique and stands out among a seemingly endless sea of competitors, though not always in a good way. Samsung has stepped back and reshaped its tablet strategy, now focusing on user experience rather than specs alone, and if y...
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is here: the latest high-profile tablet from the Korean tech giant, and one that sits across many intersections of what`s fast becoming a complex Samsung family tree. While the Galaxy tag is a given for any Samsung mobile device nowadays, the Note range is also now seemingly becoming a separate line of its own. As with the original Samsung Galaxy Note - a smartphone that helped popularise the awful term `phablet` beca...
Pros: Split screen action, Quad-core power, Intuitive S-Pen, Photoshop Touch pre-loaded,
Cons: Average display, Mediocre camera, Plastic chassis, Bloatware galore,
Verdict: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a new flagship tablet from the Korean company that offers quad-core processing and an intuitive interface thanks to its S-Pen stylus....
Samsungâ€™s giant stylus-driven smartphone, the Galaxy Note 5.3in, was an unlikely success. Now the Korean manufacturer is swelling its range with the Galaxy Note 10.1 - a 10.1in Android tablet with built-in Wacom digitiser, stylus and a tweaked version of Googleâ€™s Android 4 OS. At a glance, the Note 10.1 looks deceptively like any other Android tablet. In fact, itâ€™s almost identical to Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 - right down ...
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