First Look: Does the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1's stylus pen make it a game changer?
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First Look: Does the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1's stylus pen make it a game changer?

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 supports Stylus touch, a quad-core processor, and expandable memory, but should you care?

Sampling -- -- don't try something a little different. By using a stylus can potentially. Offer better functionality especially yours artists -- frequent don't -- But does a stylus. -- -- is capable of this. Really make a difference. I'm Eric Franklin and today I'll take a first look at Samsung galaxy note ten point one. This is the tablet version of the much smaller. Galaxy note release a few months ago. Looks almost identical to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 210 point one. Except this one comes in white and Samsung S pen stylus comes with. On the front of the tablet on either side are these two powerful speakers also a one point nine megapixel camera and an ambient light sensor. On the bottom edge is the dock connector and Mike -- On the top edge there is the power button volume rocker micro SD slot IR blaster and headphone Jack. On the back is. So -- -- feel like to use a stylus and with a ten inch tablet. Well -- I'm holding the tablet in one hand and -- in in the other feels a little awkward trying to navigate. Sure you can type with -- but using both hands -- type is still a little bit faster. If you're an artist or some kind of chronic note taker but -- however -- -- -- Use independent Photoshop allows you to be much more precise with editing photos or creating original content. The -- is also pressure sensitive so in certain apps it'll respond to how hard you press down on the screen. Also as long leisure reading -- drawing with -- -- the screen to reject any other capacity of touch in particular your -- -- template one of the first tablets include a feature called multi screen. Multi screen allows you to access to apps at once on the same screen. However the -- you can choose from is limited to the specifics sakes you can't unfortunately swapping any app you like. 1080. Games looks move as well with high frame rates. The screen has a fairly wide viewing angle -- pretty accurate color and seems to be up there with the original tab ten point one -- quality. However and -- Samsung went with V 1280 by screen and not higher -- 1920 by 12100 screen. The tablet retails for 500 bucks for sixteen gigabyte 550 bucks 32 gigabyte. While the -- and isn't that useful -- -- ever particularly in view report in the without it and it's still an excellent tablet. Has lots of features it's fast and as well designed but given that the and won't be that useful for everyone -- -- -- or story. Once again this is Eric Franklin has been a first look at the Samsung galaxy note ten point one.

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