Inside Scoop: A sneak peek at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet Video
Inside Scoop: A sneak peek at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet Video Transcript
Everyone I'm just in adult court for CNET insights cuper enjoined by CNET editor Eric Franklin has just finished reviewing. The Samsung galaxy note. Ten point one tablet. This tablet has Android four point oh Ice Cream Sandwich and a very unique stylus. Eric tell me what is the take home message -- that's -- Even before you run into the stylus this is a -- It has Quad Core -- -- pretty fast has tons of features and is designed well. Great through what companies extra special features are really cool. Well for one has -- IR blaster and turn your tablet into remote control as expendable memory up to 64 gigabytes. And despite -- spouse is -- -- be the big feature here. What -- -- that you can view it -- -- -- Photoshop touch of the year of the force all things you can do for editing you can drop pictures and stuff. Also comes with this app called -- And as note it's kind of a an arts and crafts. That allows you to come creek Bart birthday cards -- anniversary cards sell like that as you can see here the tablet can write on the tablet stylus. User. And you're a professional yes -- -- airing ads are not. Well. You know I looked like it -- gently. This is. Release this is the latest Android tablet release and we don't see -- although it's been on and other tablets and nexus seven so don't disappoint. Also some of the usability. On the lacking. Trying to do things simply especially in apps like this note that open up a simple blank page. Has way to. That's so what I'm hearing is that there's little bit of learning curve on us. So there are a lot of other tablets on the market -- you've got I've had in practice -- transformer infinity prize at the nexus seven. So what you tell somebody -- -- interest in buying this device and doesn't know which tablet they -- While -- say first I'm glad you mentioned those puzzles -- the the first tablets I recommend the iPad. The infinity and in the next seven probably in that water last year. You know which which -- -- cash I want Google nexus seven point two dollars. But beyond that this is the in my opinion the best Samsung tablet out there even not taken into account the stylus you know it's it it's -- -- Feature rich well designed tablet. Costs a little cut the cost of the little prize five bucks for sixteen gigabyte 150 bucks for three to get by. -- you -- use the stylus as little bit too much to pay for what this. Offers immediate best suited for our artists and some business professional sure sure would -- Eric thank you very much I'm just an adult -- you can check out more a tablet and Smartphone news at cnet.com.
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