Well, I sure did enjoy having the opportunity to utilize the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for nearly two weeks and I’m sad to see it go. I enjoyed it’s unprecedented speediness due to it receiving service from Verizon’s 4G LTE network, one of the fastest mobile networks available and by far the most reliable, offering the most coverage of any network (95% of Verizon users are currently on the 4G LTE network as it’s now available in 497 markets across the country).
I guess it’s back to my laptop on Roadrunner’s high speed internet and my Samsung S3 on T-mobile’s 4G network-still not to shabby. Does it sound like I’m flexing my computer muscles? Are you impressed yet? Call me, ladies.
I still love using my laptop for the full keyboard spread (I’m curious to see how this tablet measures up to the Samsung Chromebook which has a keyboard) and 15.6″ screen, mostly because I type a lot, but the tablet certainly has it’s place. I had never used one before as many people haven’t. It’s easy to pick up and take anyway, unlike a laptop that may require a laptop carrier. The battery life was amazing–I received the tablet on a Tuesday and didn’t even plug it into the charger until Saturday, and it hadn’t even died yet.
Should Samsung have named it the Die Hard Tablet, and extended an invitation to Bruce Willis to endorse it? Yes, they should have. Call me for the rights to this brilliant idea, Samsung.
I look forward to using a tablet in the future. It would prove invaluable, especially during business meetings, while sitting in a college lecture to take notes, acting as a PDA for a business owner–it really proved to be a multi-tasker. You can take notes with the S Pen, send those notes via e-mail or share them via social media. I may have only scratched the surface of the capabilities of the S Pen; it really offers a lot of variety towards completing tasks and it was designed in a way that is extremely user-friendly, having a natural feel that offers responsiveness similar to writing in an actual notebook and presents the user with options, ie, fonts, tools, functions, input mode, etc.
Unlike a mouse, this S Pen ain’t no cheese eater, I can guarantee that.
If you need something versatile and portable for work or play that’s connected to the most reliable network and sure to deliver web pages to you at unprecedented speeds and you don’t have a charger with you for a whole week, I would certainly give this Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 a try. Oh and you can draw pictures with it too!
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