About the same size as an iPad, but lighter, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has a 1.4GHz Exynos Quad-Core Processor and the most amazing advantage is that it allows me to work with multiscreens!
Now, I can do two things at the same time like I usually do on my MacBook Pro.
For example, if I want to send a client a picture (of say a nice seminar venue) I see on the browser I just have to capture and drag it to the S Note opened right next to the web page, handwrite or type my comments and email the note to my client! I can even opt for my handwritten scribbles to automatically convert to typed text!
Most other specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 are superior to the iPad’s. True, the iPad has a retina display but the Note’s 1080p Full HD Playback is no compromise too. I’m able to see everything in bright, crystal clear high definition. Plus cross-platform compatibility with multi codec means I’ll never be frustrated by blocked or incompatible files in my downloads, viewing and transfers for a seamless mobile experience.
And yes, it allows me to make phone calls too.
And there’s no need to stand in line overnight for it.
At the same time, I got myself a new phone too, the Samsung Galaxy Note II – it’s like a smaller replica of the 10.1: