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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 Black

 
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Weight:
565 gm
Operating System:
Android v4.4 (KitKat)
Primary Camera:
3 Megapixel
RAM:
1.5 GB
Processor:
Dual core, 1000 MHz Processor
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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 review
Perhaps the hottest tech products in the market today are tablets. It has become a weekly occurrence where we hear about the next latest and greatest tablet, or tablet technology to grace our newsfeeds. The reason is simplicity. Here is a device that is bigger than a smartphone, smaller than a laptop, and brings a convenience and efficiency level somewhere in the middle. Tablets can do a lot more than smartphones, but still do not have the productivity level of a laptop or traditional desktop. Much of this is primarily due to the two dominating mobile operating systems: Android and iOS. Indeed both, and handheld mobile devices in general, are regarded purely as consumption products rather than productivity contraptions. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet Review – A Hit And A Miss Monday, October 8, 2012 Perhaps the hottest tech products in the market today are tablets. It has become a weekly occurrence where we hear about the next latest and greatest tablet, or tablet technology to grace our newsfeeds. The reason is simplicity. Here is a device that is bigger than a smartphone, smaller than a laptop, and brings a convenience and efficiency level somewhere in the middle. Tablets can do a lot more than smartphones, but still do not have the productivity level of a laptop or traditional desktop. Much of this is primarily due to the two dominating mobile operating systems: Android and iOS. Indeed both, and handheld mobile devices in general, are regarded purely as consumption products rather than productivity contraptions. Cue the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 inch tablet, which brings two concepts for dealing with the productivity notion: the S Pen stylus and multitasking. Glancing at the spec-sheet, the Galaxy Note 10.1 seems like the perfect device; a powerful quad-core processor, Wacom-designed S Pen stylus with 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, and a 10.1 inch size that allows a lot of screen real-estate perfect for multiple apps side-by-side. Tablets, especially Android tablets, have tried time and time again to incorporate these concepts, ultimately resulting in failure. Let us see then if Samsung, one of the few companies capable of developing these ideas into working products, can follow-through with their promise using the $499 Galaxy Note 10.1 as the canvas. PACKAGING AND EXTERIOR Starting from the box, the front and back are clean and professional. There is vast amounts of data all around, which is nice to look at. Taking the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 out of the box is simple and hassle-free. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet Review – A Hit And A Miss Monday, October 8, 2012 Perhaps the hottest tech products in the market today are tablets. It has become a weekly occurrence where we hear about the next latest and greatest tablet, or tablet technology to grace our newsfeeds. The reason is simplicity. Here is a device that is bigger than a smartphone, smaller than a laptop, and brings a convenience and efficiency level somewhere in the middle. Tablets can do a lot more than smartphones, but still do not have the productivity level of a laptop or traditional desktop. Much of this is primarily due to the two dominating mobile operating systems: Android and iOS. Indeed both, and handheld mobile devices in general, are regarded purely as consumption products rather than productivity contraptions. Cue the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 inch tablet, which brings two concepts for dealing with the productivity notion: the S Pen stylus and multitasking. Glancing at the spec-sheet, the Galaxy Note 10.1 seems like the perfect device; a powerful quad-core processor, Wacom-designed S Pen stylus with 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, and a 10.1 inch size that allows a lot of screen real-estate perfect for multiple apps side-by-side. Tablets, especially Android tablets, have tried time and time again to incorporate these concepts, ultimately resulting in failure. Let us see then if Samsung, one of the few companies capable of developing these ideas into working products, can follow-through with their promise using the $499 Galaxy Note 10.1 as the canvas. PACKAGING AND EXTERIOR Starting from the box, the front and back are clean and professional. There is vast amounts of data all around, which is nice to look at. Taking the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 out of the box is simple and hassle-free. The accessories that come with the tablet are somewhat lackluster. You get a quick-user guide, adapter power brick, and the USB data/power cable. There are also extra stencil tips and installer tool in case the one present in the S Pen gets damaged or stubbed. I would have loved to see extra dongles, cables (such as HDMI), or a microfiber cloth to clean the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Those familiar with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 will notice the exact same design shared by the newer Galaxy Note 10.1, rounded corners and all. The sleek, professional looking form is present in both, but the Galaxy Note does have a few slick changes here and there. It comes in a predominantly pearl white mix (similar to the Samsung Galaxy S3), which is used in this review, as well as another pearl grey offering that looks just as pleasing. As great as the Galaxy Note looks (as the Galaxy Tab 2 before it), it is deceiving. The material of the Galaxy Note 10.1 is made of plastic throughout and is not metal-based as the pictures may suggest – a bad omen for a flagship product. Unfortunately, it feels a bit cheap, a sentiment shared by everyone that I have asked to critique it. As far as first impressions go, it is not a very good one as the plasticy feel is naturally the first notable negative about the Galaxy Note 10.1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet Review – A Hit And A Miss Monday, October 8, 2012 Perhaps the hottest tech products in the market today are tablets. It has become a weekly occurrence where we hear about the next latest and greatest tablet, or tablet technology to grace our newsfeeds. The reason is simplicity. Here is a device that is bigger than a smartphone, smaller than a laptop, and brings a convenience and efficiency level somewhere in the middle. Tablets can do a lot more than smartphones, but still do not have the productivity level of a laptop or traditional desktop. Much of this is primarily due to the two dominating mobile operating systems: Android and iOS. Indeed both, and handheld mobile devices in general, are regarded purely as consumption products rather than productivity contraptions. Cue the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 inch tablet, which brings two concepts for dealing with the productivity notion: the S Pen stylus and multitasking. Glancing at the spec-sheet, the Galaxy Note 10.1 seems like the perfect device; a powerful quad-core processor, Wacom-designed S Pen stylus with 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, and a 10.1 inch size that allows a lot of screen real-estate perfect for multiple apps side-by-side. Tablets, especially Android tablets, have tried time and time again to incorporate these concepts, ultimately resulting in failure. Let us see then if Samsung, one of the few companies capable of developing these ideas into working products, can follow-through with their promise using the $499 Galaxy Note 10.1 as the canvas. PACKAGING AND EXTERIOR Starting from the box, the front and back are clean and professional. There is vast amounts of data all around, which is nice to look at. Taking the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 out of the box is simple and hassle-free. The accessories that come with the tablet are somewhat lackluster. You get a quick-user guide, adapter power brick, and the USB data/power cable. There are also extra stencil tips and installer tool in case the one present in the S Pen gets damaged or stubbed. I would have loved to see extra dongles, cables (such as HDMI), or a microfiber cloth to clean the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Those familiar with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 will notice the exact same design shared by the newer Galaxy Note 10.1, rounded corners and all. The sleek, professional looking form is present in both, but the Galaxy Note does have a few slick changes here and there. It comes in a predominantly pearl white mix (similar to the Samsung Galaxy S3), which is used in this review, as well as another pearl grey offering that looks just as pleasing. As great as the Galaxy Note looks (as the Galaxy Tab 2 before it), it is deceiving. The material of the Galaxy Note 10.1 is made of plastic throughout and is not metal-based as the pictures may suggest – a bad omen for a flagship product. Unfortunately, it feels a bit cheap, a sentiment shared by everyone that I have asked to critique it. As far as first impressions go, it is not a very good one as the plasticy feel is naturally the first notable negative about the Galaxy Note 10.1. Since we are already looking at it, let us start with the back of the tablet first. Of course the aforementioned S Pen and back camera can be seen. More importantly, the plasticy build shows its ugly self. The design allows the Galaxy Note 10.1 to be quite light for a 10.1 inch tablet, even lighter than the new iPad; the fact is though it is just too clumsy in its own design.
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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 ULTIMATE TAB
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is among the top tablets available in the market. Here are its specs, features price details Samsung’s flagship Android tablet the Galaxy Note 10.1 is reaching to more markets. The tablet iteration of the company’s renowned Galaxy Note phablet has been officially released in August 2012. It is now up for grabs in lots of markets. Many online retailers like Best Buy, Future Shop and others showcase the device as available for purchase. Future Shop has listed the tablet for a price of $499 and it will ship the tab in a business day. Besides being a mere tablet, Note 10.1 is a productivity device, which is meant to improve the way one works and plays. Lots of incredible features like a multi-screen functionality and S Pen compatibility make the tablet a nice product out there. Thanks the multi-screen feature, you can watch a movie, build a presentation and compose an e-mail simultaneously. As well, S Pen makes things easier for you to draw sketches and take down notes easily on the device’s larger display. Here we make a rundown to the key specs and features of Galaxy Note 10.1. Samsung has just designed the machine following the success of its Galaxy Note phablet. Along with the Note 10.1, the company has also announced a second version for Galaxy Note with a larger 5.5-inch display, quad core chipset and 2GB of RAM. Anyway, here we go with our review on the Note 10.1 tablet PC. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: Tech Specs Form Factor and Body: Similar to Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Note has also a thin and light body. It is actually the second large tablet PC series from Samsung. After the two generations of its Tab 10.1, Samsung released the new Note 10.1. The tablet comes with the dimensions of 262 x 180 x 8.9mm and it weighs at 600 grams. The machine sports a 10.1-inch PLS TFT touchscreen that touts a resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels at 149ppi. Power and Storage: The Note 2 is equipped with a 1.4GHs quad core processor with Samsung’s Exynos 4412 chipset inside and 2GB of RAM. The graphical power is from a powerful Mali-400MP processor. You can buy the tablet in three memory variants; 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Plus, you can use external memory sticks up to 64GB for memory expansion thanks to the integrated microSD slot. A standard Li-Ion 7000mAh gives power for the tablet. Camera and Connectivity: A large tablet doesn’t really want a heavy rear camera. Less people use their massive tablets for taking snaps and videos. Anyway, Samsung has slotted in a 5MP rear camera on Note 10.1. The camera with LED flash, autofocus and geo-tagging can take video at 720p. A 1.9MP front camera is there for video chatting. The tablet comes in both Wi-Fi and LTE versions. For connectivity, you also have Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, Infrared port and USB 2.0 on the machine. Software and Apps: Galaxy Note 10.1 is to preload Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). However, it is upgradeable to the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. But, it is not clear when the firmware update will hit the tablet. Lots of advanced apps will make computing easier on Note 10.1. You can enjoy Adobe Photoshop Touch app, S Note, Google Maps Search, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk and many other apps on the machine. What others say? “Galaxy Note 10.1 enables users to create content anytime, anywhere with the value added S-Pen,” says Paul Brannen of Samsung Canada. “The S Pen offers active content creation and productivity, while the Note 10.1 is the ideal screen size to consume multimedia – whether watching videos or looking at files on-the-go,” he adds. Meanwhile, a Future Shop user-review on the tablet goes on, “this is truly mobile. This pressure sensitive Pen feature makes it unique, the character & form recognition during note taking gives it the formal & custom touch – feels like reading a book while making my own notes on it,” he adds. Well, S Pen is the most brilliant thing with the tab.
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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 AMAZING TAB
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is among the top tablets available in the market. Here are its specs, features price details Samsung’s flagship Android tablet the Galaxy Note 10.1 is reaching to more markets. The tablet iteration of the company’s renowned Galaxy Note phablet has been officially released in August 2012. It is now up for grabs in lots of markets. Many online retailers like Best Buy, Future Shop and others showcase the device as available for purchase. Future Shop has listed the tablet for a price of $499 and it will ship the tab in a business day. Besides being a mere tablet, Note 10.1 is a productivity device, which is meant to improve the way one works and plays. Lots of incredible features like a multi-screen functionality and S Pen compatibility make the tablet a nice product out there. Thanks the multi-screen feature, you can watch a movie, build a presentation and compose an e-mail simultaneously. As well, S Pen makes things easier for you to draw sketches and take down notes easily on the device’s larger display. Here we make a rundown to the key specs and features of Galaxy Note 10.1. Samsung has just designed the machine following the success of its Galaxy Note phablet. Along with the Note 10.1, the company has also announced a second version for Galaxy Note with a larger 5.5-inch display, quad core chipset and 2GB of RAM. Anyway, here we go with our review on the Note 10.1 tablet PC. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: Tech Specs Form Factor and Body: Similar to Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Note has also a thin and light body. It is actually the second large tablet PC series from Samsung. After the two generations of its Tab 10.1, Samsung released the new Note 10.1. The tablet comes with the dimensions of 262 x 180 x 8.9mm and it weighs at 600 grams. The machine sports a 10.1-inch PLS TFT touchscreen that touts a resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels at 149ppi. Power and Storage: The Note 2 is equipped with a 1.4GHs quad core processor with Samsung’s Exynos 4412 chipset inside and 2GB of RAM. The graphical power is from a powerful Mali-400MP processor. You can buy the tablet in three memory variants; 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Plus, you can use external memory sticks up to 64GB for memory expansion thanks to the integrated microSD slot. A standard Li-Ion 7000mAh gives power for the tablet. Camera and Connectivity: A large tablet doesn’t really want a heavy rear camera. Less people use their massive tablets for taking snaps and videos. Anyway, Samsung has slotted in a 5MP rear camera on Note 10.1. The camera with LED flash, autofocus and geo-tagging can take video at 720p. A 1.9MP front camera is there for video chatting. The tablet comes in both Wi-Fi and LTE versions. For connectivity, you also have Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, Infrared port and USB 2.0 on the machine. Software and Apps: Galaxy Note 10.1 is to preload Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). However, it is upgradeable to the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. But, it is not clear when the firmware update will hit the tablet. Lots of advanced apps will make computing easier on Note 10.1. You can enjoy Adobe Photoshop Touch app, S Note, Google Maps Search, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk and many other apps on the machine. What others say? “Galaxy Note 10.1 enables users to create content anytime, anywhere with the value added S-Pen,” says Paul Brannen of Samsung Canada. “The S Pen offers active content creation and productivity, while the Note 10.1 is the ideal screen size to consume multimedia – whether watching videos or looking at files on-the-go,” he adds. Meanwhile, a Future Shop user-review on the tablet goes on, “this is truly mobile. This pressure sensitive Pen feature makes it unique, the character & form recognition during note taking gives it the formal & custom touch – feels like reading a book while making my own notes on it,” he adds. Well, S Pen is the most brilliant thing with the tab.
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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 ULTIMATE TAB
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is among the top tablets available in the market. Here are its specs, features price details Samsung’s flagship Android tablet the Galaxy Note 10.1 is reaching to more markets. The tablet iteration of the company’s renowned Galaxy Note phablet has been officially released in August 2012. It is now up for grabs in lots of markets. Many online retailers like Best Buy, Future Shop and others showcase the device as available for purchase. Future Shop has listed the tablet for a price of $499 and it will ship the tab in a business day. Besides being a mere tablet, Note 10.1 is a productivity device, which is meant to improve the way one works and plays. Lots of incredible features like a multi-screen functionality and S Pen compatibility make the tablet a nice product out there. Thanks the multi-screen feature, you can watch a movie, build a presentation and compose an e-mail simultaneously. As well, S Pen makes things easier for you to draw sketches and take down notes easily on the device’s larger display. Here we make a rundown to the key specs and features of Galaxy Note 10.1. Samsung has just designed the machine following the success of its Galaxy Note phablet. Along with the Note 10.1, the company has also announced a second version for Galaxy Note with a larger 5.5-inch display, quad core chipset and 2GB of RAM. Anyway, here we go with our review on the Note 10.1 tablet PC. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: Tech Specs Form Factor and Body: Similar to Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Note has also a thin and light body. It is actually the second large tablet PC series from Samsung. After the two generations of its Tab 10.1, Samsung released the new Note 10.1. The tablet comes with the dimensions of 262 x 180 x 8.9mm and it weighs at 600 grams. The machine sports a 10.1-inch PLS TFT touchscreen that touts a resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels at 149ppi. Power and Storage: The Note 2 is equipped with a 1.4GHs quad core processor with Samsung’s Exynos 4412 chipset inside and 2GB of RAM. The graphical power is from a powerful Mali-400MP processor. You can buy the tablet in three memory variants; 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Plus, you can use external memory sticks up to 64GB for memory expansion thanks to the integrated microSD slot. A standard Li-Ion 7000mAh gives power for the tablet. Camera and Connectivity: A large tablet doesn’t really want a heavy rear camera. Less people use their massive tablets for taking snaps and videos. Anyway, Samsung has slotted in a 5MP rear camera on Note 10.1. The camera with LED flash, autofocus and geo-tagging can take video at 720p. A 1.9MP front camera is there for video chatting. The tablet comes in both Wi-Fi and LTE versions. For connectivity, you also have Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, Infrared port and USB 2.0 on the machine. Software and Apps: Galaxy Note 10.1 is to preload Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). However, it is upgradeable to the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. But, it is not clear when the firmware update will hit the tablet. Lots of advanced apps will make computing easier on Note 10.1. You can enjoy Adobe Photoshop Touch app, S Note, Google Maps Search, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk and many other apps on the machine. What others say? “Galaxy Note 10.1 enables users to create content anytime, anywhere with the value added S-Pen,” says Paul Brannen of Samsung Canada. “The S Pen offers active content creation and productivity, while the Note 10.1 is the ideal screen size to consume multimedia – whether watching videos or looking at files on-the-go,” he adds. Meanwhile, a Future Shop user-review on the tablet goes on, “this is truly mobile. This pressure sensitive Pen feature makes it unique, the character & form recognition during note taking gives it the formal & custom touch – feels like reading a book while making my own notes on it,” he adds. Well, S Pen is the most brilliant thing with the tab.
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Product Details
WARRANTY
Warranty Period
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty for Device and 6 Months Manufacturer Warranty For in-Box Accessories
INTERNET
Preinstalled Browser
HTML5
3G
Yes
Other Internet Connectivity Options
GPRS, EDGE, Speed, WLAN
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, WiFi Direct
DIMENSIONS
Weight
565 gm
LBH Dimensions
256.7 x 175.3 x 8.6 mm
PLATFORM
User Interface
TouchWiz UI
Operating System
Android v4.4 (KitKat)
BATTERY
Type
3.8 Volt, Lithium Ion, 6800 mAh
Talktime
Up to 9 Hours
Standby Time
Up to 2120 h (2G) / Up to 1840 h (3G)
MULTIMEDIA
Audio Formats Supported
MP3/WAV/eAAC+/OGG player
Video Formats Supported
MP4/DivX/Xvid/H.264/H.263 player
Video Playback
Full HD Playback
STORAGE
Internal Storage
16 GB
Memory Card Slot type
MicroSD
Expandable Storage Capacity
Upto 64 GB
CONNECTIVITY
Audio Jack
Yes, 3.5mm Jack
Bluetooth
Yes, v3.0 with A2DP
HDMI
No
USB
USB v2.0
BUSINESS FEATURES
More features
Organizer,Image/video editor, Voice memo,Predictive text input (Swype)
Document Support
Document Viewer
Mail Features
Email
CAMERA
Flash Support
LED Flash
Video Recording
HD Video
Other Features
Autofocus, Geo-tagging, 4x Digital Zoom
Secondary Camera
2 Megapixel
Primary Camera
3 Megapixel
MEMORY
RAM
1.5 GB
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Other Feature Set
Online Image Uploading, Easily Multitask With Two Apps Using Multi Window
NAVIGATION
GPS
Yes
DISPLAY
Other Display Features
16M Color, Multi-Touch Input
Size
25.65 cm (10.1 Inch)
GENERAL FEATURE SET
In Sales Package
Tablet, Battery, Charger, Data Cable, User Guide
Voice Call
Yes, 2G Network
Processor
Dual core, 1000 MHz Processor
Colour of Handset
Black
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