Samsung has put a lot of time and effort into the user experience here, hell bent on shifting consumers’ focus from hardware to software. It recently designed the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
It is a natural evolution of current tablet specs from Samsung. It included the same quad-core processor as the international Galaxy S III, along with 2GB of RAM, 16 GBs of internal memory, microSD expansion, and a built-in infrared blaster for “Smart Remote” functionality.
Hardware remains fairly modest, with a TFT display at 1200 x 800 pixels and a plastic shell nearly identical to almost everything Samsung has done in the past year.
In the Note 10.1 it has added some goodies such as video pop-up and “multi-screen” for certain apps for a “true” multitasking experience.
The S-Pen has now become smarter with some added feature. It is pressure sensitive, and coupled with the built-in Wacom digitizer, tasks like Photoshopping pictures, doodling, and note-taking take on a whole new level of sophistication.
The Note 10.1 will come packed with S Note, Polaris Office, and Photoshop Touch, and Kno E-Textbooks to take full advantage of the technology, while the S-Pen will include five additional pen tips, including two plastic and three rubber, to vary the experience. Samsung will also sell S-Pens of varying sizes and girths to fit just about any taste.
Definitely the newly updated model of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will attract the customers and satisfy their expectations.