A Big Note!
Samsung has come out with a wide array of tablets in its Galaxy range. Some are referred as Galaxy tabs while only a handful belong to the Note family.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 was first launched in early 2012. The new one has the same name but with the "2014 Edition" tag. It is basically the tablet version of the Galaxy Note Android phablet with a stylus.
Samsung has tossed in a 10-inch bright display with 2600x1600 pixel resolution. The colours are rich and the text is sharp. Be it watching movies, reading books or playing games, everything appears superb on the tab. Samsung has replaced the plastic back by adding a plain, faux leather back panel. The silver edges look stylish.
What makes the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) different is the 'S-Pen stylus', tugged on the right edge. Removing the pen pops up a few options on the screen to give you quick access to features like action memo, screen write, S Finder and Pen Window.
In this computer age, some people still prefer the pen-and-paper experience to jot down notes. The S Note feature allows this as it is very convenient to take down notes.
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