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Good: S-PEN function very nice
Bad: not NFC
Comment: I have ASUS T201 before but it always hand and no after sell support in HK
note 10.1 have both and Good performance.
Good: Great S-Pen Software, Quad-Core Tech
Bad: Screen Resolution
Comment: The only Flaw I've heard of so far is the Screen Resolution and I agree. After owning the Galaxy S II & the Galaxy Tab 7.7 I find it hard to go back to low screen resolutions like this. With a bit more time and a little more thought Samsung could've given us a better screen tech. The excuse I've read about is that the S-Pen Technology did not work properly with higher resolution. That type of excuse does not fly with the average consumer.
Good: Speed; Multi-tasking
Comment: OK, the camera is fine. What people are forgetting - or more accurately, not being told by reviews - is that it's not the megapixels that make a photo technically great but rather the lens and the sensor. Witness the older Nikon D2h. Great, great images with small megapixels. Megapixels are only important if your doing LARGE prints. Folks are being marketed megapixel-size as bigger-is-better, but that is plain wrong.
As far as the CNET reviewer saying that the stylus will be a turn-off to consumers...why? It's an use-option. One doesn't need to use it except to handwrite and doodle. As for it not fitting into the Note itself, well, that would be a really thin stylus now, wouldn't it? Which would translate to not-as-much-fun to write with.
Undoubtedly, most folks will carry the Note around in a sleeve or case...which will accomodate the stylus. Think of it as a Mont Blanc pen and one won't lose it so easily.
That's about it.
Bad: Not bad
Comment: It would be very nice, if HD display.
OS need windows, It could be a better then Android.
Good: I like it
Bad: no bad
Comment: it's easy to carry. but display want to be a HD i am looking.
HD display is better.
Comment: The new quard processor makes all the difference
Comment: Could this be the answer to the IPAD. I think so. With the recent speculation that Samsung are delaying its launch until June to accommodate the New Arm Quadcore chip is most interesting. Lets hope Samsung are also intelligent about its price. If it's got a sensible price tag I expect it will fly out the shop doors.
Interesting, though I was wandering how the 29 "I own it" got theirs, Are you all in the trade and reviewing the prototype, if so where's your comments about it, or are you just whannabees?
Comment: get in touch asap easy money to be made
Good: Size, drawing apps, stylus, weight, TouchWiz, Android 4, card reader
Bad: No slot for the stylus
Comment: I have already a Galaxy Note 5.3. I love it! I draw on it, read ebooks, take photos (excellent camera!), etc.
I want GN 10.1 version mainly for drawing, surf the web, eventually read magazines. (I studied in art)
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